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Multihoming is a technique to increase the reliability of the Internet connection for an IP network. As an adjective, it is typically used to describe a customer, rather than an Internet service provider (ISP) network.[1]


---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Babul Gogoi <[email protected]> Date: Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 12:04 AM Subject: [Bricolabs] Combining multiple 3g connections To: [email protected] Dear friends, Anyone has explored connecting multiple 3G Internet connections (load balancer) to get combined speed of the 3 connections? In my netbook, I can connect up to 4 3G data cards. But how to actually get it done? Just checking if anyone has a ready answer/solution or tried before :) I am googling now and will give a try this weekend. If I can do it with my Ubuntu Netbook, then no need to buy expensive multiwan router. If successful, I will be able to deploy low cost live citizen reporting (covering 126 constituncies) in the forth coming Assembly election in Assam for Thank you and best regards, Babul Gogoi _______________________________________________ Brico mailing list [email protected] [2]