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I have an Asus P5E3 premium-Wifi apN... bla bla Motherboard... I was wondering, I have my own adsl connection, BUT! my father has a wireless in the house, which I can get from my room... Both are 5Mbps(Uhhh.... Yeah, I know... I wish i'd lived in Japan!), So the question is, can I combine the 2 connections for a supercalifragelistic 10Mbps :/ connection??? And I'm using win7, if that's changes the odds... Thanks for the help!

asked Jun 16 '10 at 21:58

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Is the wireless running off the ADSL as well? If it is, you won't benefit much (I have an wired connection and a wireless connection going to my desktop, to be sure I'll always have a connection).

And you won't get a 10Mbps connection, but two 5Mbps connections.

It wouldn't be done on your computer, but on special network hardware designed to accept multiple connections.

answered Jun 16 '10 at 22:22

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the wireless is adsl too, but a different username, and not connected to me in any way...

(Jun 16 '10 at 22:25) igneshto igneshto's gravatar image

Okay, you need a router with dual WAN ports and support for load balancing. (Get a Wireless to Ethernet bridge if you can't access a wire to the source of the wireless connection)

(Jun 16 '10 at 22:31) eddieringle eddieringle's gravatar image

Anything you recommend???

(Jun 16 '10 at 22:55) igneshto igneshto's gravatar image

I guess you can, I don't have much experience with two internet connections though. It works for having two connections to my switch on my network and that speeds up the network speeds. I don't see why it won't work with two different Internet connections.

answered Jun 16 '10 at 22:11

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Liam Quade

Any idea on how to do it?

(Jun 16 '10 at 22:17) igneshto igneshto's gravatar image
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