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It's important to realise that your efforts with NIC teaming and LACP are a waste of time in this instance, because you're trying to increase the speed of your Internet connection. Your Internet connection is on the outside of your network, and NIC teaming operates between your computer and your router, i.e. on the inside of your network.

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I don't think it needs my ISP cooperation as long as I have the right equipment to do it.

Balancing doesn't but bonding does. Both operate on the WAN side of your router, not the LAN side. Some applications lend themselves quite well to a balanced WAN connection, others see no improvement and need either bonding or a higher speed single link, in order to see any improvement.

Do us a favour: set up the load balancing in your router across all three WAN connections (forget the LAN), then run a speed test and post it here. From what I have read and seen online, Speedtest.net will use all three WAN connections. Additionally, going to whatismyip.com should yield different IP addresses each time.
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@OP


It's important to realise that your efforts with NIC teaming and LACP are a waste of time in this instance, because you're trying to increase the speed of your Internet connection. Your Internet connection is on the outside of your network, and NIC teaming operates between your computer and your router, i.e. on the inside of your network.
Balancing doesn't but bonding does. Both operate on the WAN side of your router, not the LAN side. Some applications lend themselves quite well to a balanced WAN connection, others see no improvement and need either bonding or a higher speed single link, in order to see any improvement.

Do us a favour: set up the load balancing in your router across all three WAN connections (forget the LAN), then run a speed test and post it here. From what I have read and seen online, Speedtest.net will use all three WAN connections. Additionally, going to whatismyip.com should yield different IP addresses each time.

Well, I haven't tried speedtest yet but what's the point when internet programs (like idm while downloading from apple servers) can't use all wans speed simultaneously due to the router mechanism as balancing not bonding (unfortunately). BTW, I can't do the test now since I got 1 WAN working while the 2 ended their period but I'm definitely gonna renew when I'm ready for it.
I remember checking WANs traffic through router page while downloading and it was giving me 1\3 the speed of each WAN so the total was 1 WAN bandwidth on my pc!
Let me put it this way, I have peplink 30 & netgear SRX5308 (bought them for the eagerness of high bonded internet speed while sticking to 2mbit for a long time now!)
Is there any possible way to bond 3 or 2 WANs so the overall would be doubled for a single pc even if it requires buying another equipement but not too expensive since obviously I'm broke because of this whole operation?!
Thank you for your patience & precious infos!
Salaam
Edited by salam2009 - 4/27/13 at 7:50am
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Why do you have so many links?

I assume they're leased lines...?

If so, wouldn't it be cheaper to get a single faster link (such as cable or fiber) and then get a small subnet of IP's if you need extra addresses.
    
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Why do you have so many links?

I assume they're leased lines...?

If so, wouldn't it be cheaper to get a single faster link (such as cable or fiber) and then get a small subnet of IP's if you need extra addresses.

As I mentioned eariler, we don't have a single fast link!
That's why I need to bond links together (if possible) in order to make it fast!
post #15 of 18
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I finally settled it by downloading 3 files simultaneously, so my load balancing router (Peplink 30) would use the 2Mbit of each of the 3 WANs for every single file instead of getting 1 WAN speed if the download was a single file. As for bonding them together into a single link so 2Mb becomes 6Mb, since it needs to be done by your internet provider that should support MLPPP protocol & maybe he doesn't or he can't use it for some reason. In that case, you could subscribe to SharedBand Servers that can bond the lines for you & it's available to everyone but it requires a special version of Linksys or Netgear routers with a monthly fee (starting with $25 for 2 bonded lines with 250 GB of traffic each month) and each line needs a router. They're located in US & UK for now so your distance might affect the whole thing. However, you can try them to be sure especially they offer 30 day money back guarantee!

Here's their website for more:
http://sharedband.com/

And here's a review from one of their clients:
http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r25383297-Sharedband-Qwest-mini-Review

Best of Luck!
Salaam
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I'm using the bonding method as well, two telephone lines combined(each capable of 50/20), making it 100/40


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I'm using the bonding method as well, two telephone lines combined(each capable of 50/20), making it 100/40



Nice, is that a Cisco device your RJ-11's are going into?

And how do you get 50/20 per RJ-11 line (vectoring?)

And is your plan a SHDSL one or did you do all the magic yourself?

And what is the Coax for? :-)
    
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Nice, is that a Cisco device your RJ-11's are going into?

And how do you get 50/20 per RJ-11 line (vectoring?)

And is your plan a SHDSL one or did you do all the magic yourself?

And what is the Coax for? :-)

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