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Need to bond 2 ADSL lines together. Provider requires it to support MLPPP.... please recommend for Small Biz.

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Hey All,

Hard to find as most either offer load balancing or talk about channel bonding for WIFI.

Was looking at £200..

Preference is Linksys and Draytek. However, a reliable bonded solution is what I am after so happy to listen to other manufacs from others.

Many thanks in advance

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Thank you.. Sorry I did post but it didnt commit?!?!?

This allows for failover and load balancing... I want to also find a solution that BONDS the lines and enables double bandwidth for up and download.

MLPPP supported I am told

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Was no good..

Needed to bond the lines together.

Opted for network level bonding of ADSL using provider supplied dual wan router.

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No answers. Thanks for the post to netgear tho

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