How to merge 2 public IPs? I want to increase my bandwidth for internet...

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  1. F1_Häkkinen

    F1_Häkkinen Guest

    How to merge 2 public IPs? I want to increase my bandwidth for internet...


    Hii,

    I have got two interfaces for internet. I have got 2 public IPs. Each
    interface 128Kbit. And I want to merge these two interfaces.

    First interface is called ADSL and I am using for connection wan mini port
    (like as dial-up).
    Second interface is called ISDN and I am using for dial-up for this.

    I connect thease interface on same time. I think merge these interfaces with
    NAT or ISA. I am working on NAT. I try two demand dial for these connectios.
    And I connect these interfaces with NAT. But this is very hard way. I dont
    try ISA Server. Can I do this with ISA?

    If you answer me, please make very simple sentences. My english isnt very
    well

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    F1_Häkkinen, Dec 25, 2003
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  2. F1_Häkkinen

    Sharad Guest

    You can't merger as such and get a total of 256 kbps.

    You can however, share it, say half of the people will
    route through 1 interface, and remaining half through other.
    For this you set 'Out Bound Filters' . If you have 50
    clients on your network, then for one interface allow first
    25 (e.g. 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.25) and on the other
    interface allow (192.168.0.26 to 192.168.0.50)

    Sharad
     
    Sharad, Dec 25, 2003
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  3. F1_Häkkinen

    Dave Patrick Guest

    Search for "connection teaming"

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    | How to merge 2 public IPs? I want to increase my bandwidth for internet...
    |
    |
    | Hii,
    |
    | I have got two interfaces for internet. I have got 2 public IPs. Each
    | interface 128Kbit. And I want to merge these two interfaces.
    |
    | First interface is called ADSL and I am using for connection wan mini port
    | (like as dial-up).
    | Second interface is called ISDN and I am using for dial-up for this.
    |
    | I connect thease interface on same time. I think merge these interfaces
    with
    | NAT or ISA. I am working on NAT. I try two demand dial for these
    connectios.
    | And I connect these interfaces with NAT. But this is very hard way. I dont
    | try ISA Server. Can I do this with ISA?
    |
    | If you answer me, please make very simple sentences. My english isnt very
    | well
    |
    | --
    | Mechanical Engineer
    | Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    | Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
    | Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    |
    | Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
    | --
    |
    |
     
    Dave Patrick, Dec 25, 2003
    #3
  4. What you are trying to accomplish is called bonding. However you can't bond two different
    technologies nor two different ISPs. To support bonding the ISP has to have hardware and
    software to support bonding and you would have to have peer equipment. This idea was
    dropped years ago. Supra had a dual 56K modem called a shotgun which supported bonding.
    However few ISPs did and the product did not last.

    Interesting that you would want to bond ADSL and ISDN. By its very nature, ADSL is
    asymmetric in that the upload and download speeds are different. ISDN is symmetrical in
    that the upload and download speeds are the same. ADSL is POTS compatible why ISDN is not.
    So you must have two telephone lines one dedicated to ISDN and the other a voice or FAX line
    that carries DSL.

    For get about what you are trying to do. It just is NOT possible.

    Dave




    | How to merge 2 public IPs? I want to increase my bandwidth for internet...
    |
    |
    | Hii,
    |
    | I have got two interfaces for internet. I have got 2 public IPs. Each
    | interface 128Kbit. And I want to merge these two interfaces.
    |
    | First interface is called ADSL and I am using for connection wan mini port
    | (like as dial-up).
    | Second interface is called ISDN and I am using for dial-up for this.
    |
    | I connect thease interface on same time. I think merge these interfaces with
    | NAT or ISA. I am working on NAT. I try two demand dial for these connectios.
    | And I connect these interfaces with NAT. But this is very hard way. I dont
    | try ISA Server. Can I do this with ISA?
    |
    | If you answer me, please make very simple sentences. My english isnt very
    | well
    |
    | --
    | Mechanical Engineer
    | Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    | Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
    | Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    |
    | Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
    | --
    |
    |
     
    David H. Lipman, Dec 25, 2003
    #4
  5. F1_Häkkinen

    F1_Häkkinen Guest

    Thanks for all answers I will search "bonding" and "connection teaming".
    Thanks all. I will wait other answers..

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    Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
     
    F1_Häkkinen, Dec 25, 2003
    #5
  6. Now how will that help ?
    It doesn't support ISDN !

    Dave



    | This device from Linksys may be able to do waht you want. Be sure to read
    | the manual. It is failry new and I believe around $275 US. I have not tried
    | it myself, bit it did catch my interest. --- Steve
    |
    | http://www.linksys.com/products/product.asp?grid=34&scid=29&prid=589
    |
    |
    | | > How to merge 2 public IPs? I want to increase my bandwidth for internet...
    | >
    | >
    | > Hii,
    | >
    | > I have got two interfaces for internet. I have got 2 public IPs. Each
    | > interface 128Kbit. And I want to merge these two interfaces.
    | >
    | > First interface is called ADSL and I am using for connection wan mini port
    | > (like as dial-up).
    | > Second interface is called ISDN and I am using for dial-up for this.
    | >
    | > I connect thease interface on same time. I think merge these interfaces
    | with
    | > NAT or ISA. I am working on NAT. I try two demand dial for these
    | connectios.
    | > And I connect these interfaces with NAT. But this is very hard way. I dont
    | > try ISA Server. Can I do this with ISA?
    | >
    | > If you answer me, please make very simple sentences. My english isnt very
    | > well
    | >
    | > --
    | > Mechanical Engineer
    | > Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    | > Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
    | > Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    | >
    | > Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
    | > --
    | >
    | >
    |
    |
     
    David H. Lipman, Dec 26, 2003
    #6
  7. F1_Häkkinen

    F1_Häkkinen Guest

    Great software : Midpoint :)

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    Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
     
    F1_Häkkinen, Dec 26, 2003
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  8. F1_Häkkinen

    Pavan Guest

    Pavan, Dec 26, 2003
    #8
  9. Sorry - Broken link. I could NOT get there.

    Dave




    "Pavan" <pavan2athotmail.com> wrote in message | Try www.fatpipenic.com you can combine various connection speeds.
    |
    |
    | | > Great software : Midpoint :)
    | >
    | > --
    | > Mechanical Engineer
    | > Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    | > Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
    | > Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    | >
    | > Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
    | > --
    | > "David H. Lipman" <[email protected]>, iletide þunu yazdý
    | > | > > Now how will that help ?
    | > > It doesn't support ISDN !
    | > >
    | > > Dave
    | > >
    | > >
    | > >
    | > > | > > | This device from Linksys may be able to do waht you want. Be sure to
    | > read
    | > > | the manual. It is failry new and I believe around $275 US. I have not
    | > tried
    | > > | it myself, bit it did catch my interest. --- Steve
    | > > |
    | > > | http://www.linksys.com/products/product.asp?grid=34&scid=29&prid=589
    | > > |
    | > > |
    | > > | | > > | > How to merge 2 public IPs? I want to increase my bandwidth for
    | > internet...
    | > > | >
    | > > | >
    | > > | > Hii,
    | > > | >
    | > > | > I have got two interfaces for internet. I have got 2 public IPs.
    | Each
    | > > | > interface 128Kbit. And I want to merge these two interfaces.
    | > > | >
    | > > | > First interface is called ADSL and I am using for connection wan
    | mini
    | > port
    | > > | > (like as dial-up).
    | > > | > Second interface is called ISDN and I am using for dial-up for this.
    | > > | >
    | > > | > I connect thease interface on same time. I think merge these
    | > interfaces
    | > > | with
    | > > | > NAT or ISA. I am working on NAT. I try two demand dial for these
    | > > | connectios.
    | > > | > And I connect these interfaces with NAT. But this is very hard way.
    | I
    | > dont
    | > > | > try ISA Server. Can I do this with ISA?
    | > > | >
    | > > | > If you answer me, please make very simple sentences. My english isnt
    | > very
    | > > | > well
    | > > | >
    | > > | > --
    | > > | > Mechanical Engineer
    | > > | > Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    | > > | > Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
    | > > | > Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    | > > | >
    | > > | > Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
    | > > | > --
    | > > | >
    | > > | >
    | > > |
    | > > |
    | > >
    | > >
    | >
    | >
    |
    |
     
    David H. Lipman, Dec 26, 2003
    #9
  10. F1_Häkkinen

    Pavan Guest

    Here you go http://www.fatpipeinc.com/stream/
     
    Pavan, Dec 26, 2003
    #10
  11. F1_Häkkinen

    F1_Häkkinen Guest

    is this hardware solution? I search software solution..

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    F1_Häkkinen, Dec 26, 2003
    #11
  12. Its a hardware solution and I'm sure it's not cheap but..it is a solution. Just not a
    software solution.

    Dave



    | is this hardware solution? I search software solution..
    |
    | --
    | Mechanical Engineer
    | Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    | Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
    | Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    |
    | Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
    | --
    | "Pavan" <pavan2athotmail.com>, iletide þunu yazdý
    | | > Here you go http://www.fatpipeinc.com/stream/
    | > | > > Sorry - Broken link. I could NOT get there.
    | > >
    | > > Dave
    | > >
    | > >
    | > >
    | > >
    | > > "Pavan" <pavan2athotmail.com> wrote in message
    | > | > > | Try www.fatpipenic.com you can combine various connection speeds.
    | > > |
    | > > |
    | > > | | > > | > Great software : Midpoint :)
    | > > | >
    | > > | > --
    | > > | > Mechanical Engineer
    | > > | > Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    | > > | > Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
    | > > | > Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    | > > | >
    | > > | > Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
    | > > | > --
    | > > | > "David H. Lipman" <[email protected]>, iletide þunu yazdý
    | > > | > | > > | > > Now how will that help ?
    | > > | > > It doesn't support ISDN !
    | > > | > >
    | > > | > > Dave
    | > > | > >
    | > > | > >
    | > > | > >
    | > > | > > | > > | > > | This device from Linksys may be able to do waht you want. Be
    | sure
    | > to
    | > > | > read
    | > > | > > | the manual. It is failry new and I believe around $275 US. I
    | have
    | > not
    | > > | > tried
    | > > | > > | it myself, bit it did catch my interest. --- Steve
    | > > | > > |
    | > > | > > |
    | > http://www.linksys.com/products/product.asp?grid=34&scid=29&prid=589
    | > > | > > |
    | > > | > > |
    | > > | > > | | > > | > > | > How to merge 2 public IPs? I want to increase my bandwidth for
    | > > | > internet...
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | > Hii,
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | > I have got two interfaces for internet. I have got 2 public
    | IPs.
    | > > | Each
    | > > | > > | > interface 128Kbit. And I want to merge these two interfaces.
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | > First interface is called ADSL and I am using for connection
    | wan
    | > > | mini
    | > > | > port
    | > > | > > | > (like as dial-up).
    | > > | > > | > Second interface is called ISDN and I am using for dial-up for
    | > this.
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | > I connect thease interface on same time. I think merge these
    | > > | > interfaces
    | > > | > > | with
    | > > | > > | > NAT or ISA. I am working on NAT. I try two demand dial for
    | these
    | > > | > > | connectios.
    | > > | > > | > And I connect these interfaces with NAT. But this is very hard
    | > way.
    | > > | I
    | > > | > dont
    | > > | > > | > try ISA Server. Can I do this with ISA?
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | > If you answer me, please make very simple sentences. My
    | english
    | > isnt
    | > > | > very
    | > > | > > | > well
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | > --
    | > > | > > | > Mechanical Engineer
    | > > | > > | > Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
    | > > | > > | > Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
    | > > | > > | > Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | > Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
    | > > | > > | > --
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > | >
    | > > | > > |
    | > > | > > |
    | > > | > >
    | > > | > >
    | > > | >
    | > > | >
    | > > |
    | > > |
    | > >
    | > >
    | >
    | >
    |
    |
     
    David H. Lipman, Dec 26, 2003
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  13. F1_Häkkinen

    F1_Häkkinen Guest

    Thnaks David. My choice midpoint. But sometimes crash program.

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    Only god knows how deep is my love for McLaren Mercedes...
     
    F1_Häkkinen, Dec 27, 2003
    #13
  14. We sell a device that will handle you problem for a much more affordable price that the Fatpipe products. Here is a link to our site, http://www.323interactive.com/security.asp

    Feel free to call us, ask for me.

    John Catalano
     
    John Catalano, Dec 29, 2003
    #14
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