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I would like to ask if it's possible to team up two or more dial-up connections with KWF in order to increase bandwidth.
I'm in a place more than 5kms from my local telco company, and I can't have DSL. So I have 4 x 128 ISDN connections. But right now I have 4 different routers, and every 5 PC's I have the IP of each router as a gateway to balance the connections.
What I want is to create a software router using KWF which will team up all 4 isdn connections and provide me the bandwidth of the 4 of them to all my PCs so that I only need one gateway.

Is this possible? Or is there any add-on software that I can use with KWF?


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you could try to make some sort of IP groups in Winroute (all with 5 IP's)
and every IP group get's it's own external IP + Connection

I think it can be done like that within Winroute.
just with Trafic Policy's

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Hmm...That's an interesting idea. I should be able to split two dsl connections this way too. Thanks for the tip.
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