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Redundant Arrays of Internet Connections/Load Balancing
Date: April 07, 2008 02:45PM

I'm interested to know if there are any Windows-based tools that are able to effectively combine a number of available internet connections, and which are currently available for download. I came across one called "TeePipe", which apparently works bettern than a multi-WAN router, but it's not available yet.


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Re: Redundant Arrays of Internet Connections/Load Balancing
Posted by: id
Date: April 07, 2008 04:12PM

Depends what you want to do. Is the traffic inbound or outbound, are you just trying to balance web surfing on one link, bittorrent on one, etc...

How many links, equal sharing, or set traffic out specific links, per user, different internal networks? Source routing, or destination only? QoS?

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Re: Redundant Arrays of Internet Connections/Load Balancing
Date: April 07, 2008 04:40PM

I suppose there's a lot more to consider than I initially thought, but basically I'm looking to maximize my downstream as much as possible for my own computer (there are other computers on the network, but I'll set the QoS settings later).


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Re: Redundant Arrays of Internet Connections/Load Balancing
Posted by: id
Date: April 07, 2008 04:54PM

if you just want to isolate one machine to a single line and the rest to another a simple change of your default route for that machine would do the trick.

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