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Split bandwidth into several links

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Hi, I have an ADSL2 Line. with 3 companies in the same floor.

I'd like to split the outgoing traffic into 3 parts. So, if outgoing limit is 1mbit/sec, split it up into 330kb/s

Is there a cheap solution out there using Linux or something?

Please advise what you know.

Thanks
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Hi,

You can do you requested with a solution like iproute2. This package comes default with several distros. I am aware that RedHAT and Centos are the ones that are come with.

Here's the documentation:
http://www.policyrouting.org/iproute2-toc.html

Cheers,
K.
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Hey, thanks for the information. Got me really thinking into how I should upgrade my network. I'm thinking about how to implement this.

Thanks and will folllow up with questions ... thanks
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I'll be happy to answer them : ) Yr welcome.
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