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bonding pppoe

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i want to bond 12 pppoe broadband connections to be as one.
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by:chingmd
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There are two ways to do this:

Provider your own DSLAM device for the bonding.  It's expensive but will do what you want.
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find a provider that will do it for you.  

You will need to have the providers support to do so as well.    This technology is not new, it has been around since the 56k days.

Look up bonding dsl, and shotgun broadband connections.

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Use  ADSL max bonding solutions.


http://www.managedcomms.co.uk/services/bonded-adsl
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it was a helpfull information only
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