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[_] Bonded ADSL

Marek Wawro marek.wawro at googlemail.com
Sat Feb 6 09:36:35 GMT 2010

On 6 February 2010 09:16, James Fidell <james at cloud9.co.uk> wrote:

> Marek Wawro wrote:
> > On 5 February 2010 17:42, Tom Holder <tom at simpleweb-online.com> wrote:
> >
> >> Hi All,
> >>
> >> Anyone got any experience with bonded ADSL? Thinking of putting two
> lines
> >> in
> >> to our new office and bonding a connection for increased speed up and
> down.
> >>
> >
> > I did  that tricks in poland, but problem remain the same in every place.
> > With adsl you won't be able to get BGP routing, so same way it will be
> very
> > hard to get shared AS,
> > which means you will be unable to nice dynamic routing :(
>
> I don't believe that's what people generally meant by "bonded" ADSL
> though.  BGP etc. isn't required because bonded lines terminate with
> the same ISP and the hardware just balances the traffic between them,
> effectively giving you a single link with greater bandwidth in both
> directions.
>

 I haven't seen bonded options to be sold by network providers,  and
technicaly don't see benefits from having two lines from same operator.
The cheapest bgp packages I was aware of starting from arround 100 gbp per 1
MB.




Marek


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