Multilink PPP Download Speeds With Round-Robin Packets
brad at comstyle.com
Thu Jan 17 06:53:16 PST 2008
On Thursday 17 January 2008 05:53:34 Sten Daniel Soersdal wrote:
> Michael MacLeod wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I've got two DSL lines running to my house, and two WAN NIC's
> > installed in my FreeBSD router. I've been trying to get multilink ppp
> > working through my ISP (TekSavvy in Canada) for the last little while,
> > with mixed results. Each of my DSL lines sync's at 6016 kbits down and
> > 800 kbits up. I have traffic working through the bonded connection,
> > and the upload speed is 1350 kb, which is about right for a 1.6
> > megabit connection minus network overhead. The problem I'm running
> > into is the download speed is only that of one of my downlinks (approx
> > 5000kb, which is about right for 6 megabits minus network overhead).
> It is quite possible that the ISP is employing bandwidth limiting and
> the limits are set to that of one ppp link (since this multilink
> combines two ppp links into a single link and thus logically it could be
> limited to that of one ppp connection).
Read his whole post again..
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