[RndTbl] aggregating dsl lines

Colin Stanners cstanners at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 07:09:51 CDT 2015

At layers 2/3 you can do Multilink PPP or even something wierd and
questionably reliable like LACP over Ethernet-over-IP over the individual
connections, but given that it's only 500m and you control both ends the
best solution would likely be at
http://www.netsys-direct.com/Ethernet_Extenders_s/1814.htm , particularly

On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 4:18 AM, Trevor Cordes <trevor at tecnopolis.ca> wrote:

> Is it possible to aggregate DSL lines, to combine them to get X-times the
> bandwidth on a single link?  In this situation, I control both ends, the
> DSLAM and the DSL modem side on the other end of some POTS runs (CAT3-ish
> I assume, or worse).
> Note, I don't want load balancing or fancy routing/sharing.  I need double
> (or more) the bandwidth for a single application (single TCP connection).
> If required, we can have linux/bsd boxes we control at either end of the
> links.
> If it's not possible, does anyone have any other ideas for somehow getting
> better bandwidth out of 500m POTS wires (quantity 4)?
> Thanks!
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