Bonding two separate broadband connections into 1 aggregated circuit
I have been tasked to take 2 separate 50Mb broadband internet connections and bond them into a single 100Mb circuit. This faciility will use Comcast Business Class broadband which I'm assuming will consist of an ISP coax cable connected to a modem with an ethernet handoff.
I am wondering if this is even possible? I thought of ether-channel but that requires both ends of the ethernet to be configured which is not possible here. How about using a load balancer or WAN accelerator ( I have little knowledge of both of these devices) ?
Bonding two separate broadband connections into 1 aggregated cir
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