GNC-2006-06-16 #180

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One thought on “GNC-2006-06-16 #180

  1. Hello,
    It should be possible to “relatively” cheaply split the bandwidth across multiple broadband connections.

    What you would need to do is, on your internal network have a PC or a router run some software that splits the outgoing traffic between the external connections, and sends the traffic to a proxy that has a high speed connection. This proxy server would combine the data and send it to the intended destination.

    Obvously this would require a server hosted somewhere where where it can handle twice as much traffic as you use.

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