double dial-up connection on the same system

January 12, 2011 at 16:20:42
Specs: Windows XP, 1,6 / 512
hi computingnetusers,

is it to increaze the broadbandwith by using a double usb-modem dial-up ...

i know tha we can use double connection, but not in real time...



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#1
January 12, 2011 at 16:28:25
Yes, you can increase dial-up speed by using 2 modems.
However, you also require 2 telephone lines and your ISP must support it. I expect that most do not. If you wish to pursue this contact your ISP.


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#2
January 12, 2011 at 16:54:23
i have just two modem 3G (mcda), two ip, can give more detail if possible for the configuration . . .

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#3
January 12, 2011 at 17:11:25
you can not combine 3g modems unless you can put them in a 3g dual wan port router.

Lmiller7 was talking dial up modems....which are not the same as broadband modems

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#4
January 12, 2011 at 19:29:51
I would be very surprised if any ISP supports Modem bonding which is what LMiller was describing. In this day and age of broadband there cannot be much call for it.

There is also Modem teeming that does not require the ISPs co-operation but does need special software. It only works when downloading files. It would not work for browsing with an Internet Browser.

http://www.mainpine.com/linebonding...

Stuart


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#5
January 13, 2011 at 10:02:29
by the logic, it's appear possible to increazing band, the request here is to manage the 2 or plus connection in the tcp/ip level ! ! ! .... what can say by this way



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#6
January 13, 2011 at 10:24:59
OK so tell us how tcp/ip [layer3] is going to make ANY difference at the physical level [layer1] which is what determines HOW much bandwidth you have?

I don't believe you are making the connection between what has to happen physically and then logically to combine wan links.

You might want to web search bonding T1's for a real life example of combining bandwidth and how it works [its not 2x]
You could also ask the question of why do dual wan port routers exist and what nich they address.

BTW this isn't dialup.

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#7
January 14, 2011 at 12:37:30
in conclusion, you said there is no way to do this by soft ; ; ; i hope finding an idea or a quick solution to help me by using 3 modem 3g without a wan 3g router to increazing the speed conn; my coonection is average 9 KBps!!. you can calcute how much time you need to download 1 GB of data...

sorry for my english. i stel believe there is always a soft solution ! !


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#8
June 30, 2011 at 17:32:23
Hi All,

I have been searching in this issue for a time now and I found this solution but I didn't try it yet. The solution is provided by Mushroom Networks - PortaBella BBNA141 (Broadband Bonding Network Appliance).
You can check it through this link: Portabella BBNA 141

If you find it helpfull please share your thoughts with me.

Best Regards,
Moemen Mostafa.


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