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3 ISP - 3 Network adapters - 1 connection?

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July 31, 2012 11:34:38 PM

Hi!

First of all, excuse me for my English. I'm from Argentina.

Here is the thing...

I have 3 different Internet Connections, from 3 different ISP.

1 - 6 Mbps Cable Connection from Fibertel
1 - 6 Mbps ADSL Connection from Arnet
1 - 3 Mbps ADSL Connection from Telecentro

(Fibertel, Arnet and Telecentro are the ISP)

I have 2 wireless adapters and an obvius RJ-45 connection.

My idea would be to combine these connections into 1, by using the three different devices available into the three different Internet connections i have.

Considering there would be different gateways for each adapter, would it be possible?

Sorry if I seem too ignorant.

Thank you guys!

Saludos,

Ezequiel

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July 31, 2012 11:52:54 PM

You need to purchase or make (using a PC and free Linux or BSD router software) a load balancing router. A single file will only download through one ISP, but it will not slow down other downloads using the others ISPs.
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July 31, 2012 11:59:59 PM

How does it work with torrents?
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August 1, 2012 9:44:04 PM

Torrents break up large files into many small pieces, so I would think they could use all the bandwidth from all the ISPs.
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