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bonded 3G mobile broadband

15 years 3 months ago #28490 by cjsmith22
anyone know if its possible to bond 3G mobile broadband connections?
15 years 3 months ago #28491 by S0lo
Replied by S0lo on topic Re: bonded 3G mobile broadband
Can you tell us what do you mean by bonding the connections ?

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15 years 3 months ago #28496 by cjsmith22
sorry i think i've got confused between bonding and load balancing :oops:
i've got 2 3G simcards and 2 3G modems and i wanted to know if i could perform some kind of load balancing between the 2 links. ive seen adsl bonding but that has to be done by your isp doesnt it? i think i need to do a bit more research!
15 years 3 months ago #28504 by Kajitora

It is possible to do static routes in windows. Guide here:

So you could connect both connections then add in your bittorrent/gaming/vpn ips to one, and then use the other connection for everything else. This would be effective if you are say, connecting to VPN for work, but also surfing the internet.

So basicaly:
Connection A Gateway:
Connection B Gateway:

Say your VPN connections was going to: you could force that to

Then set Connection b as your primary connection for internet explorer.

Hope this helps.
13 years 9 months ago #34969 by rynmackz
In this kind kind of situation, maybe you are actually looking for a software to bond connection you called. Using Ubuntu could be the answer. It is positively reviewed by many consumers because of its great features.
13 years 7 months ago #35351 by triplezseoservices
I think you want some kind of software which solve the or make easy your Multiple Internet Connections with Load Balancing and Failover just check this link for the further information.
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