From: Vincent Cunniffe (vcunniff at domain arbgroup.com)
Date: Mon 04 Oct 1999 - 14:13:23 IST
Niall O Broin wrote:
> Channel bonding requires support on both ends of the link. I've a suspicion
> that you should be able to do it by making two single connections and doing
> the bonding at a low level on the Linux box but this probably requires advanced
> kernel wizardry and lots of time.
You can do it unilaterally to some extent :
1) Create two dialup 64kb ISDN connections
2) Create a virtual connection (EQL module), and add the two
real ISDN 64k channels.
3) Run all comms through the virtual channel.
This will give you a single 128kb channel, which will be transparent to
users with the caveat that no *single* thread will be able to carry more
than 64k. If you want a truly transparent link, you'll need co-operation
on the part of the ISP.
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