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Bundling ADSL lines

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All, I want to be able to bunble 4 (maybe 2 but lets go for the higher figure to start) ADSL lines together, 1. Is this possible (using perhaps a cisco router) and 2. if it is, how do I go about setting this up...

Im aware that my question will prob  be vague and there may be many answers

The scenario (for a better pciture)

I have a remote site that at present that shares a 2Mb pipe with an entire campus. This is causing issues with the Lan 2 Lan that I have set up in that the bandwidth is causing a problem. There is a no Qos at th eother end, its a first come first served basis (I have no control over this). Im aware that there are overheads in the ipsec tunnel but the link is very very slow to which the peopple that work at the remote site cannot effectively work.

The Exchange is not LLU'd or anything so the only options (if we want our own link) is a leased line (madly expensive) and ADSL, cheaper but not great for upload sppeds, however if I can get a few lines in and bundle them this would make it a good option, the only option, considering we only expect to be at this site for 6 months. My ISP have said that they will do deal on the contract i.e we wont be tied in for the usual year.

btw I am not a cisco expert, Ive set up and maintain a few PIX f/walls but thats all...however I wouldnt mind giving this a go, if you dont try you never learn

Thanks for any pointers, as always much appreciated

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