Thread: Bind ips
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Old 12-22-2015, 11:43 AM  
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I know it's possible on the lan level(something like LACP which is for splitting the load over different ips, I don't remember the term for the one that adds the bandwidth), but I'm not sure for wan(internet ips).

Either way, you'd have to set that up on your router(you'd need an enterprise level one to even have such an option, an easy way would be to install pfsense, which is a router OS, on a computer. It supports multiple wan connections and it's free) and not in a specific software.

That's of course assuming your ips are two different wan connections, if you only have one ip from your internet provider(which is what pretty much everyone has other than companies), then you can't exceed that speed and don't have control over what's past that on the internet.
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