Use 2 different ISP's to download same file?

December 4, 2010 at 04:35:36
Specs: Windows XP SP2, intel P4 processor 515, 2.93GH / 1.5GB
I have Two ISP BSNLbroadband & mobile broadband, I want to connect thease two ISP for increase downloading Speed for same file, is there any software to do that ? please help....

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December 4, 2010 at 06:28:49
Think about what you are asking. To achieve greater download speed using two ISPs with separate connections to the file server would require that server to have the capability to split the file to feed separate parts to each pipe. Not going to happen. You would also need Windows to be able to access two different gateways simultaneously ( which it cannot ). If your current broadband isn't fast enough the pay for a faster service but realize that the speed of your downloading is limited by the capacity of the file server's connection & hardware, and the number of other users downloading at any given time. These things have nothing to do with your broadband service or any software you might or might not have installed.

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December 5, 2010 at 21:47:48
Hello, Richard is right in some area's but it can be done but requires a Server of you own and extra network hardware. This can be done by Load Balancing using a server to slit the packets in half to send through each gateway modem with the same IP packet headers requesting a blacing of the data load to be slip, it also has to be supported on the server ur requesting the data from. When the info is slit the remote server and sent back to your modems the information is reversed down the OSI model and the back up spliced back together to for a bigger packet since each ISP has it own speed in sence you will increase the download speed of the file.
This is just a overview of how it works, and requires quite a bit of money to pull it off, cause in a way you server acts like a small data center.

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