Download a file from dual internet connection

January 14, 2014 at 19:48:26
Specs: Windows 7
Hey there.. Well i have a notebook and an extra wireless receiver.Both the notebook and the receiver are connected on different networks. Can i download a file using both of these network simultaneously achieving like double speed

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January 14, 2014 at 20:56:39
You have a notebook and an extra wireless receiver?

Sorry but your post doesn't make much sense, but bottom line you really can't combine two high speed connections like that.
Being on two different networks just adds to the insanity.

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January 14, 2014 at 21:07:50
There used to be a few 'dual 56K' dialup modems which were essentially two 56K modems requiring two separate phone lines. They were designed to work together and had software to merge the two inputs. So download speed was doubled.

If such a thing was possible with wireless and other network connections you'd have to have hardware and software specifically designed to do that--you couldn't just combine two different connections on your own and have it work.

I doubt anyone would bother trying to 'invent' such a thing. Faster single connections would be the way to go.

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January 14, 2014 at 21:21:14
I was going to mention the technology that Daveincaps was talking about. It was called shotgun technology and it involved combining two 56k modems in tandem to try and double the speed.

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January 15, 2014 at 04:01:24
Mmm...twin 56k modems routine... Now that is going back into the days of yore, arcane fudges and fixes to get a little more speed/bandwidth... Next we'll go digging for isdn...

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