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Originally Posted by zodac View Post
Hey, give him the benefit of the doubt. He might have set it up fine, but if you check his profile he hasn't logged in in around 6 months. Odds of him coming back soon aren't too good either...
As you quoted, I said MAYBE, I didn't CALL BS. What I was going with, is that most sites, email you when (unless you select otherwise) you receive a pm. So even if he doesnt come back here out of habit, he most likely would have gotten the email notice that he has pm's waiting? Especially after he says PM him if you want the details?


Anyways, moving on..

Jon
post #43 of 69
well. I was able to get what I need with a combination of software.
First you need Vmware or VirtualBox setup right. Then you either use PFsense or ClearOS.

Both are linux or BSD router based softwares. Once you set them up you can use 2 or more connections at the same time. Managed to get torrent up to 8MByte/s from my usual 2.2MByte/s singleline connection.

ClearOS is much easier to setup as its good out of the box and you only need one instance of it if you only work with PPPOE. Pfsense is abit harder and you need more instances cuz it accepts only one PPPOE per instance.

Gonna try multi connection now.
Problem is that this can be done on a Linux or BSD platform just fine but Windows lacks such software really. Will see if multi connect is better here.
Edited by BalosX - 1/9/10 at 12:14pm
post #44 of 69
Well. It does really work. Thank you wiper. Torrent speed is doubled. No need for heavy cpu intensive linux loadbalancers anymore.
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I believe I know what this multiconnect program does. Infact it just writes the routing table new. For example

193.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 On-link 89.xxx.xx.xx 11
193.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 On-link 89.xxx.xx.xx 266
194.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 On-link 99.xx.xx.xxx 4236
194.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 On-link 99.xxx.xx.xxx 4491

As you can see each of my external IP addresses uses its own routoing way now for whole 193.0.0.0 to 193.255.255.255 rangs. No big magic behind it really. You could write this by hand in a text file and exectue the cmd route command and get the exact same effect.
I'm abit skeptical about buying this program from them cuz there page was not refreshed since ages. Support is under construction. There pricing isnt correct on there webpage and where they sell.

I will try to write my own Powershell 2 automated script now.
You just need to include all the external IPs from 1-223 really in the same way as you can see above
Interface 1

route ADD 1.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 $ime1
route ADD 1.255.255.255 MASK 255.255.255.255 $ime1
route ADD 3.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 $ime1
route ADD 3.255.255.255 MASK 255.255.255.255 $ime1
...............


Interface 2

route ADD 2.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 $ime1
route ADD 2.255.255.255 MASK 255.255.255.255 $ime1
route ADD 4.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 $ime1
route ADD 4.255.255.255 MASK 255.255.255.255 $ime1
...............

$ime1 is my external dynamic PPPOE IP which it has to read each time I start a pppoe cuz it always changes.
Edited by BalosX - 1/10/10 at 7:34am
post #46 of 69
Works just like with the program really.
http://www.shrani.si/f/1J/a5/3n0jXgc8/untitled.jpg
post #47 of 69
Thats now what I'm getting with the edited routing table.
http://www.shrani.si/f/J/YK/2irgFKt7/1.jpg
post #48 of 69
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Originally Posted by BalosX View Post
I believe I know what this multiconnect program does. Infact it just writes the routing table new. For example

193.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 On-link 89.xxx.xx.xx 11
193.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 On-link 89.xxx.xx.xx 266
194.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 On-link 99.xx.xx.xxx 4236
194.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 On-link 99.xxx.xx.xxx 4491

As you can see each of my external IP addresses uses its own routoing way now for whole 193.0.0.0 to 193.255.255.255 rangs. No big magic behind it really. You could write this by hand in a text file and exectue the cmd route command and get the exact same effect.
I'm abit skeptical about buying this program from them cuz there page was not refreshed since ages. Support is under construction. There pricing isnt correct on there webpage and where they sell.

I will try to write my own Powershell 2 automated script now.
You just need to include all the external IPs from 1-223 really in the same way as you can see above
Interface 1

route ADD 1.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 $ime1
route ADD 1.255.255.255 MASK 255.255.255.255 $ime1
route ADD 3.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 $ime1
route ADD 3.255.255.255 MASK 255.255.255.255 $ime1
...............


Interface 2

route ADD 2.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 $ime1
route ADD 2.255.255.255 MASK 255.255.255.255 $ime1
route ADD 4.0.0.0 MASK 255.0.0.0 $ime1
route ADD 4.255.255.255 MASK 255.255.255.255 $ime1
...............

$ime1 is my external dynamic PPPOE IP which it has to read each time I start a pppoe cuz it always changes.

I agree about paying for the damn thing, because the web site said 12.95 special, and then when i got to the 'ordering' website it linked me to, its back up to like 39.95 or something. So F that. And yeah there is no support, I sent them an email, and never got a response.

I am running 2 wireless broad band cards from a cell phone provider, but even when i used that program, it doesnt really increase my throughput on vuze, it just lets me keep d/l AND still be able to surf the net.

I wonder if I am doing something wrong? I'd much rather see my throughput double on vuze and not surf while programs are d/l'ing.

I'd love to be able to do what you're talking about, but I dont fully understand it. I'll shoot you my email in a pm, and maybe you could give me a quick step-by-step list of things to do to get it working like you are with your script?

I appreciate it !

Jon (aka Viper (the car), not Wiper (that repels rain)
post #49 of 69
You have PM.
post #50 of 69
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Originally Posted by jts telecom View Post
:di am using the p6t6 ws revolution, with a core i7 setup. I am using 2 motorola surfboard sb5120's, from comcast, directly wired to the 2 gigabit ports on the motherboard.
Using vista, i spent days trying to get load balancing to work with the 2 modems on one pc. I wanted to achieve this without using a 300 dollar dual wan router, or some bull s--t software program... Because realtek sortware blows goats!!
I decided to try windows 7 64-bit, and my troubles were over.
With 5 minutes of configuring, and rebooting modems. It was done! Win 7 automatically load balances 2 connections, with no software or hardware add ons.
My speeds now, are limited to how fast my scsi drives can write. At about 2.4 mb per sec (megabytes, not megabits)download, and 400kb upload, my harddrives give me disk error, and they need to rebuffer. Time to expand the raid!!
The actual number for those interested are as follows.
2 connections, each at 20 - 25 mbits/sec down, 2mbits up
max throughput on 2 files (no link aggregation) 1.8mb per file, simultainiously.

So if anyone is looking to try this, pm me, and ill give you any knowledge i have on it. Hope this was interesting.
- please let me know! I'm interested. :-)
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