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sudhapage
Regular Advisor

Broadband Connection

Hi all,

I have four Broadband connections with 1MB speed. Now I would like to have 4MB Speed Broadband connection. So How I can put these 4 broadband line speeds into one line? Means 1+1+1+1=Singleline(4MB) (or) Singleoutput(4MB).

How can I achive this one? Please suggest.

Regards,
Sudhakaran.K
4 REPLIES
Peter Godron
Honored Contributor

Re: Broadband Connection

Hi,
you currently have the equivalent of a parallel connection (4*1MB), you now want to switch to a serial (1*4MB) connection.
The only way to do this is to increase the speed on the single line, which is done by the SP(Service Provider) in connection with the TP (Telecom Provider).
THe TP has to change the details on the line in the exchange, or ,if unbundled, the SP.
Peter Godron
Honored Contributor

Re: Broadband Connection

Hi,
could you please update this thread ?

If the problem has been resolved please see http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/helptips.do?#28

Please identify the solution, award points and close.
sudhapage
Regular Advisor

Re: Broadband Connection

Hi peter,

The issue is we should merge these 4 lines. The customer don't want to take a single line, so we have to do for customer.

Please update...

Regards,
Sudhakaran.K
Jonathan Axford
Trusted Contributor

Re: Broadband Connection

Hi,

There are a number of products out there that will take the lines and load balance the connections for you.
I am pretty sure you will be unable to take the 4 1Mbps lines and combine them into a single 4Mbps line, but you will be able to have the benefit of all traffic being spread accross the 4 lines.

Check out http://www.edimax.com/ they have a range of multio port WAN routers.

Cheers
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