I have 2 internet connections into the house, one 120Mb/s and one 60Mb/s. They will be eventually connected to a RouterBox router (A 750G to be exact) and the bandwidth loadbalanced between them (thinking 2 to 1 for the 120mb... so 3 connections gives me 2 to the 120mb and 1 to the 60...) Anyway, If i am downloading a file though a proxy server, for example Squid, if it gets the 60Mb/s connection, it will max out at that speed... I would like to tell Squid to use a multi threaded downloader, like Axel to download the file over multiple connections and then sent it to the user. I dont mind if there is a slight delay before the file starts actually downloading to the client; I have a TMG box in house which downloads the file and scans it for Virus's and Malware before sending to the user... so, a slight delay is not a problem. Any ideas?
closed as off topic by womble, Ward, Michael Hampton♦, John Gardeniers, MDMarra Oct 21 '12 at 13:09
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