estover at nativenerds.com
Thu Aug 18 06:35:08 GMT 2005
> David wrote:
>> Hello, I have an extra box laying around that I would like to experiment
>> with aggregating cable modem bandwidth. I have 3 nics and 3 cable
>> modems and
>> I would to know if there any way or any app that I can use to combine
>> all 3
>> modems into one 4.5 meg service. What about upstream also?
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> I know it can be done, search for channel bonding. Also are you paying
> for the 3 modems? If your isp does not have them in the system you
> should see no extra bandwidth.
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I have read of people doing this with OpenBSD's pf on FreeBSD. If you
search through the archived lists you should be able to find that
somewhere.... Otherwise, I think you may only be able to do round robin
outgoing connections for maximized bandwidth. Perhaps if you are
planning to serv out of these, you may want to think of doing some sort
of roundrobin DNS...
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