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Mikrotik to bond multiple adsl in to one connection to increase my internet download speed from different vendors !!!! NOT the same Vendor!!!

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I would like to use Mikrotik to bond multiple adsl in to one connection to increase my internet download speed from different vendors !!!! NOT the same Vendor!!!
Need examples and how to

also I would like to use a satellite teleport service to get cheap download bandwidth. Like Vsat or something like that.. I am not that well oriented in the mater so any help in that way is helpful. Basically I need to get bandwidth for my isp.

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Hi,

you can't do it without another mikrotik router at the other end of your link.  If you have a mikrotik router in some offsite location like a high bandwidth datacentre or something, you could create eoip links across each of those different ISPs and then bond the eoip links.

otherwise, you can use load balancing - which is a different technique to make use of multiple links:

     http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Load_Balancing_over_Multiple_Gateways

Cheers!
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Yes, you can only balance (not full aggregation) over multiple gateway.
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can you please give more details and some examples
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