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    what about the up channel - 384*5=1920?

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    I'm guessing that is what happens....

    Would be great if it is.
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    What's so new about ADSL bonding?
    Or am I missing something here?
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    Channel bonding is not new at all. Think ISDN with multiple B channels bonded together to achieve 128kbps.

    Here is a link referring to MLPPP (Multi-link PPP) for ISDN lines from 1999: http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/3149

    I guess it IS somewhat novel in the ADSL space, since it requires an ISP that is prepared to accept ML-PPPoE connections, as well as hardware that has multiple ADSL interfaces.

    More power to them, I guess.

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    I wonder how latency is affected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoganDawes View Post
    Channel bonding is not new at all. Think ISDN with multiple B channels bonded together to achieve 128kbps.

    Here is a link referring to MLPPP (Multi-link PPP) for ISDN lines from 1999: http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/3149

    I guess it IS somewhat novel in the ADSL space, since it requires an ISP that is prepared to accept ML-PPPoE connections, as well as hardware that has multiple ADSL interfaces.

    More power to them, I guess.
    but if your making multiple PPPoE connections your not really bonding the ADSL lines your just load balancing. Or am I wrong?

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    firstly before you all get carried away...


    your cant multi link as telkom does not allow this on the ESR.

    and oh please QoS?, of course you cannot provide QoS.

    Telkom's ESR do not do QoS, so yes you may provide QoS over the Layer 3 portion but it doesn't matter if the packet is not going to be honored on layer 2.

    another scam!

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    the bonding is probably done by building a vpn (something like pptp) where the gre protocol used to carry the vpn is session-less and can be load balanced on a per packet kinda scheme. this really doesn't seem new to me either....

    of course the vpn has to break out somewhere, a server host for example, so you would then pay for the dsl accounts to run the vpn and then again to get internet access...

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    sounds like vpn tunnel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tns View Post
    sounds like vpn tunnel.
    thinking the same.. local adsl accounts going onto their network for the guaranteed international pipe
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    GREAT!!! Pay 5 times for your dsl connection.

    This is not a new concept though. Surprise me that it took someone so long to bring this out.

    BUT... R8 356/60GB = R139/GB
    + 2 400/month for a box with 5 adsl modems and some software
    Why isn't the box for sale? I suppose the bandwidth is worth paying for if reliability can be guaranteed but who will really use 20Mbps at a constant pace when you only have 60GB to use. It isn't cheaper when you can get 6035GB in 30 days with a 20Mbps leased line.

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    Not to mention that your traffic potentially travels over different IP addresses each time you request / send, hence many boards like this one will require you to log in every post or so...
    Of course all of this can be done on an old win or *nix box

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    This is probably the most useless news article EVER, guess someone backhanded MyADSL to get this posted!

    This firm probably got someone to read the MikroTik RouterOS Manual.

    I've been boding 4x4mbit ADSL lines for ages, via a PC running RouterOS.
    RouterOS: www.mikrotik.com - Level 5 license is like a few hundred rand.

    System Requirements:
    a Routerboard: www.routerboard.com

    Or a crappy pc, like 200mhz, 40 MB disk, few meg memory.

    Another -1 to the MyADSL

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    You can only bond adsl if you've got a mikrotik box at your isp and then they will need a pipe big enough to handle your bandwidth, would be interesting to know which isp does allow it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremi View Post
    This is probably the most useless news article EVER, guess someone backhanded MyADSL to get this posted!

    This firm probably got someone to read the MikroTik RouterOS Manual.

    I've been boding 4x4mbit ADSL lines for ages, via a PC running RouterOS.
    RouterOS: www.mikrotik.com - Level 5 license is like a few hundred rand.

    System Requirements:
    a Routerboard: www.routerboard.com

    Or a crappy pc, like 200mhz, 40 MB disk, few meg memory.

    Another -1 to the MyADSL

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