Could you please give some more info about both internet connections such and whether they are wifi, wired, connected via cell phone etc.
Could you also state what task you would like to accomplish with each internet connection, this would allow you to get better feed back.
I have a similair questions. I want to combine Two Internet connections onto the same network. The internet connections are from different ISP's. Both the connections are DSL.
I have one desktop on the network and two laptops. Currently I have a Netgear wifi router ( WG602). The Desktop is connected by a cable while the laptops use wifi. I want to add an additional Internet connection to the setup.
Is that possible? Is it worth the trouble?
I should mention that the current ISP i use requires me to login on a webpage. i.e. Once I fire up the browser it takes me to the login page where i need to plug in my details.
Sorry for Hijacking your thread Chris but I think our issue is very similair
there is another way to this,
you may need to get 2 routers, each one delivering internet connection to your switch
router1 can be 192.168.1.1 and router 2 may be 192.168.1.3
now on each computer, you add both router address as the default gateway, to add more that one default gateway, you will need to click on "advanced" the button is located where to get to enter ip address.
what will happen is that, each computer will have access to both connection but will only be able to use 1 at a time. the computers will switch between both connection automatically depending on how fast each is. i attempts to use the fastest.