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Download a file using a Wired and Wireless Adapter

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My university has some sort of bandwidth management system in place. When i start a download at anytime after about 6 AM it starts at about 7 Megabytes a second then drops slowly to about 100kps. Is there a way that i could connect with my wireless adapter and my wired adapter to download files faster?
Edited by slamanna212 - 12/6/11 at 11:15am
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I think this was discussed in a few other threads. The short answer is no--definitely not for wifi. You can use load-balancing for wired connections, however, I don't think it's a simple thing to implement on a "regular" user's system. Link aggregation is the first thing that comes to mind for multiple ethernet connections. But I don't know of a wireless equivalent.
    
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