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Linux Link Aggregation

ihave three link of internet and iwant to put one linux front of a firewall that this three linux speard firewall such az load balance and fialover but dont close any port and protocol and only firewall have been internet what way can i use for it ?
are there any script and services do that Such as stable ?
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