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Is is possible to use two broadband connections as one through Windows Server 2003

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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
HI,

I have two broadband connections into my house as one of them was free and i kept the other for a backup in case it went down.  I also have a windows server 2003 running and have a copy of ISA server 2000 that is not used.

I was wondering if it was possible to set up the server as some sort of proxy and have the server use the two connecitons to give me super fast broadband!  I thought maybe this is possible through W2K3 Server Routing & Remote Access?

THanks,
Carl
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ok for average joe bloggs this isnt possible.... thanks for your responses..... points split

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You can join them using a software solution like Wingate
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