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I have two ILL connections of 2 Mbps from different ISP's. How could I merge both the connections to get the merged bandwidth. Also I want to give the single range IP address like : 192.168.x.x to my entire network with uniform accessibility for all.

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You can use a WAN link balancer to do the job. Elfiq, Barracuda, Peplink, Fortigate, etc. all offer devices that could help aggregate WAN traffic and allow you to apply specific policies and leverage failover if there's an outage a link.

Also see: Multi-WAN bonding across different media or Two identical fiber optic broadband lines working as one

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