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utapana

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In the pass, My college have 1 adsl(2 mbps). I use KWF to sharing and caching internet. I use one computer with 2 network cards (1 card for adsl and 1 card for LAN).

Now I have 2 adsl(2 mbps + 2 mbps). Can I use KWF to sharing and caching internet by using one computer with 3 network cards (2 cards for adsl and 1 card for LAN)?

If I can, please recommend the manual link to me.

Thanks,

Tapana
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winkelman

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No, KWF is not meant to be used for load balancing across multiple Internet connections. (You can only do failover...) There are little hardware devices out there that could do it. You could put such a thing between your 2 ADSL lines and the KWF computer. I don't have anymore details about this, however.

Perhaps you can cancel 1 ADSL subscription and upgrade the other to a faster connection?
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FRiC

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I also think it would be better to go for a single, faster connection.

Using two connections simultaneously is good for web browsing only, not very good for other things that need incoming connections (games, p2p).
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Nordica

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Is this a function that we/i can hope will be implemented in KWF??

Really nice to be able to use the second connection for more than failover. One for web browsing/mail and the other for the web/mail server.
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JOSEJAD

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But, It would possible to use one adsl to navigate, mail, etc... and the other one to the vpn?

Thanks in advance
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winkelman

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JOSEJAD wrote on Fri, 11 January 2008 10:16

But, It would possible to use one adsl to navigate, mail, etc... and the other one to the vpn?

Yes, that would be possible (because then you are not so much dividing services across connections, but you are simply connecting three different IP networks/segments: LAN, VPN, Internet). It would require you to define static routes and IP segments, etc. (so this implies some networking knowledge), but I think it's possible.
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JOSEJAD

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Thanks for the replie.
I'm afraid my knowledgements about network will not be enough. If someone has any similar configuration and can post an example...
Thanks again, if I do it, I will post how I did it.
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germanr

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I have 2 ADSL in 2 clients with a multiwan router that connects to the winroute box. It works fine but you have to make double NAT. It is the only solution we could get in our country because there are not ADSL larger than 2MB.
We used micronet routers like de SP891 that cost about USD 200. They make the load balancing and you can specify certain services that go through the ADSL you want (that helps in case you have one dynamic ip ADSL and one fixed and you want the sending of mails though the fixed)
hope that helps.

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