I've been using FreeBSD servers to power my DMZ security zones for years; the security zones generally includes things like PF firewalls, SMTP servers, DNS and NAT gateways etc. From a security standpoint BSD is the BEST! Anyway, onto my question: OUTLINE Unfortunately one of my offices is located in a real nasty location as far as internet connectivity is concerned, up until now I've been using a standard ADSL connection but an upload of 512Kbs is now a huge problem for my remote users. With this in mind (and budgetary issues) I have no option but to go for an E1 carrier (2048Kbit) Well, this fixes my real _slow_ upload but reduces my download by about 5Mbit. Initially I was planning on having the lease line purely for my servers and remote users and having all desktop users browse the net using an ADSL connection but this would give me two independent connections to manage. QUESTION Would it be possible to employ some FreeBSD wizardry to affectively bond the lease line with the ADSL connection? I know this can be done through Cisco routers but again budgetary issues are the limiting factor. Any help will be gratefully received. TIA Nikki _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"