Bonding 2 ADSL Broadband Lines

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Bonding 2 ADSL Broadband Lines

Postby asaddotcom » Thu May 06, 2010 6:07 pm

Dear Freaks, I’ve heard that it may somehow be possible to combine two broadband lines, thus creating double the connection speed. Is this really true?

Is this a feasible way to get the desirable connection speed that most providers claim but never deliver?

Note: I need adsl bonding... not load balancing because i allready have Tp-Link load blancing router... so Please tell me how to bonding 2 ADSL in Mikrotik RouterOS ?? Complete guide with step by step.

Thanking You...

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Postby lambda » Fri May 07, 2010 8:24 pm

why can't you read the manual for the software you use? i googled for mikrotik routeros, clicked on the manual link, and then clicked on the bonding link.
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Postby mudasir » Wed May 12, 2010 2:18 pm


100% bonding of ADSL lines i think is not possible without load balancing, bcz you dont have any control over the protocols and technology that is being used at ISP end.

in new Mikrotik they have introduced "PCC" Per Connection Classifier, which is more efficient and reliable method of load balancing on connection base.
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