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I used pptp client to create two pptp VPN connection ppp0 and ppp1. I would like to aggregate these two connections (in round-robin style).

I tried bonding , but it seems that it only work for two physical connection like ethernet.

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I'm trying to achieve the same thing. I found this tutorial that does it over two SSH tunnels. I don't want to use SSH to tunnel TCP traffic. Plus you have to enable the root account on the remote server to open SSH tunnels, so that's no good... – bounav Jun 3 '15 at 16:04
    
I ended up using a VM running the zeroshell linux distribution. It's really easy to load balance two internet gateways or to bond together VPN tunnels. – bounav Jun 4 '15 at 12:24

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