On Sun, 2008-12-07 at 05:44 +0800, panhudie gmail wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 3:07 AM, Giampaolo Tomassoni <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > wrote:
> >
> > It doesn't work this way, especially if you are trying to double your
> > download speed: your ISP(s) have to co-operate to put your two lines in
> > bundle.
> >
> > If you are looking to double your UPLOAD speed, than it can be done at
> > routing level provided you ISP(s) don't block traffic sourcing from an
> > address different from the one your line got at dial-up (which is seldom
> > the
> > case).
> >
> Sorry for my poor English.
> The situation is I totally have 4 adsl lines and 16+ machines, and my ISP
> can detect my lan machines(using something like this
> http://www.sflow.org/detectNAT/, my ISP specifys one adsl only allow be
> shared by no more than 4 machines).
You do know you can change packet TTL both at the local level and at the
router / firewall?  If that's all they are doing for detecting machines
then it is simply avoided.  Likewise with a socks / HTTP proxy server.
Ofcourse that would be breaking the terms and conditions but you can do
it if you want to.

>  So I have to use 4 adsl lines(one adsl
> for 4 machines), and 4 adsl modems and 4 routers. There are too many devices
> and network cable,so I try to use usb adsl modem to replace they(modems and
> routers).And I want to use one machine to dail-up all the adsl connnections
> with usb modems. Is there a possible way to do that?
It should be, but to my mind it doesn't sound like a very good idea.
You have a set up that works and you are planning to keep to the same
network topology, so why not invest in some reasonable structured
cabling?  Alternatively why not replace the 4 routers with one Linux
box?  I suspect these are more time efficient ways of solving the same
problem and will result in a better, more stable system.


 - Martin

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