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SubjectRe: Using two masq's at once.
On Sun, 19 Mar 100, Ian Stirling wrote:

> However, I'd like to be able to increase the bandwidth. There are a
> number of schemes for tying together multiple links, into one, but
> none suit. They all seem to rely on the far end doing magic, that
> results in both calls having the same IP address.

You can try my load balancing patch at ftp://sliepen.warande.net/pub/eql/.
It works for 2.2.14. There are lots of drawbacks though: it only works for
outgoing traffic (unless your uplink uses a similar thing) and you need to
be able to use the same IP address on both interfaces (which most ISPs
won't allow). But maybe this is what you're looking for.

Met vriendelijke groet,
Guus Sliepen.


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