How do I setup "Load Balancing" in Fedora Core 2 for sharing 2 broadband connections?

I currently have DSL and Cable broadband.  I am looking for a way to share these 2 connections through my Linux box.  I have the configuration setup so that I can share 1 of the connections at a time, but I don't know how that I can handle using both connections.  Any help would be help me greatly!
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best way would to go buy a load balincing router           (prices)

Much easier this way
What you're looking for is iproute2  you can bulid then policy routes
and use several isp gateways through your box. Start with: .


describes everything you need. additionaly you can follow the links to the nano howto.


PS: i am in the process of setting this up too, to let the office access the internet with a few dsl lines.

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and the SAME doku is on . Thanks.
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