I work in the third world at an educational ministry. We're setting up in a new office and need to decide on an Internet package. Because the (only) telecom business has figured out that government organizations can spend limitless money on an Internet connection, there is a huge disparity in cost between leased lines for business use and home connections.
Can anyone explain my options for what I believe (from searching other threads) is called channel bonding? That is, I want to take 4 Internet connections (4 lines connected to 4 DSL modems), stick them into a server and let all computers on the network make use of the increased bandwidth. Also, I have to split use roughly equally between all 4 because of the way the ISP arranges billing.
The server has not yet been built, so we can easily go Windows or Linux at this point in time.
Catch: it's tough to get fancy equipment (read: decent routers) here. But we can, for example, buy a bunch of network cards.
What are my choices?