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Most economical way to aggregate two Telstra Business Broadband ADSL connections

What is the most economical way to aggregate two Telstra Business Broadband ADSL connections  ?

We currently have two of these going into a Netgear FVS336G in load balanced configuration and each provides 12 meg down and 0.9 meg up.

Does anyone know of a reasonably priced router that combine them into a single pipe to give us 24 down and 2 up ?

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Jason O'RourkeSystems AdministratorCommented:
Its not quite as straight forward as that. Unless Telstra is willing to aggregate services on their end too, you're never going to be able to enjoy 24 Mb downstream and 2 Mb upstream would only be achievable in very select cases.

Some DrayTek equipment has dual/triple WAN options that will do load balancing and failover, but you're still not going to get 24/2 without Telstra coming to the party.
Jason O'RourkeSystems AdministratorCommented:
Just realised we're talking about Telstra so you're probably in Australia too. You can view DrayTek's Australia specific product range at www.draytek.com.au.
This need to be a Telstra question (and solution).  The data flow cannot be combined without them coordinating it and probably providing the equipment as well.
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