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how to use my TWO ADSL connections to share bandwith

Hi

I have Two ADSL connections, a 512 kbps and 4 MB from TWO DIFFERENT ISP's and I have 1 Cisco 1760 Modular Router with WIC 1 ADSL AND WIC e0.

Now what I want to do is to configure my router in such way that I get a combined bandiwth or in other words I am able to use both the links for internet at the same time. I do not want to configure one link as Primary and the other as Secondary so that when one link is down only in that case the other link is used THAT IS NOT MY REQUIREMENT I want to use both links simultaneously

Kindly suggest somethig

Regards

Khurram Khalid

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Re: how to use my TWO ADSL connections to share bandwith

You wont be able to aggregate the 2 links(i.e. 4.5Mb), but you can load-balance over them:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_configuration_example09186a00808d2b72.shtml

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Re: how to use my TWO ADSL connections to share bandwith

what i want to do is to configure my router in such way thaty some traffic from my LAN is send over to ISP 1 and some to ISP 2.Is that possible??

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Re: how to use my TWO ADSL connections to share bandwith

Yes, John has posted a link that expalins how to do that, please read it before asking again.

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