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I would like to merge 2 identical Internet connections into one. I have two 512 connections and would like to combine them to create a single 1 M BPS connection.

I hope you can help.

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Haha - awesome edit Kara – Izzy Oct 6 '09 at 18:52
indeed, miraculous edit. :) – Jeff Atwood Oct 6 '09 at 21:51

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Yes, this is called multihoming. There are a few network appliances that offer this, and it can also be configured on a computer with 3 or more network interfaces.

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If the two internet connections are from the same provider, the provider should be able to connect them for you. If not, then you can't merge them, but there are ways to get good use from both of them. The question linked below has a good discussion of the issues.

Good luck.

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You can use MultiConnect from

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Yes you can with the use of connectify dispatch, Follow the link below for complete details:

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