Not really sure what you mean by ARP Proxy, but in any case then it will be
4 separate channels. I don't really care about the 24mbps I more need the
ability to handle more users, like I want to put 100 users on 2 ADSLs (or
lets say 200 on 1x T1 + 1x ADSL) My DSLs goes 6Mbps each already, so I think
that wouldn't be too crapy for my users.
But if I can load and balance it would be even better :-)
PS: I wonder, back in the days of 56k we used to tandem 2 modem together
with some app, and it gave us like 100kbps
From: Michael Brown [mailto:knightmb at knightmb dot dyndns dot org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 03, 2006 2:35 PM
To: Monowall Support List
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] multiple WAN lines
Using m0n0wall only, no.
If the DSL provider supports this via shared gateway on the same IP
range. I'm doing this with m0n0wall and my DSL connections to get 3.0
Mbps (1.5 Mbps each) but you don't really get combined bandwidth, what
you get is two IP addresses on the same WAN interface that you can
firewall/NAT to wherever you like. You won't get combined bandwidth when
downloading for example. You'll need a switch to plug to all 4 Ethernet
connections from the DSL modems into, then one Ethernet into the
m0n0wall, then using Proxy ARP entries in m0n0wall to pick up the 4 IP
addresses. You still need to reserve one IP address as the main WAN of
m0n0wall as well, so really just 3 Proxy ARP entries for the other IP
address. They have to be static IP, this won't work on 4 DHCP assigned
DSL modems with m0n0wall.
You won't get 24 Mbps for a download, but you'll have 4 "channels" of
bandwidth to use, so you can dedicate one for web servers, e-mail,
personal web surfing, etc. Otherwise, you'll have to look at another
firewall software package.
Alex M wrote:
> Can I use Mono to combine 4 ADSL lines into one channel to get 6x4=24Mbps?
> And then use loading and balancing to keep the traffic spread evenly on
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