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Old 11-23-2006
combining two internet connections

hey guys

Do you guys know of a good way that I can combine and load balance my 2 Internet connections using a Linux or Bsd box? Would LVS be able to do this?

Thanks in advance
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Old 11-24-2006
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Linux is capable of doing everything. You will probably need to compile your stock kernel for this. Just check if your kernel is comes with "IP Advance Router" option enable in kernel. If its there then you simply need iproute2 package. On internet you can find a wonderful HOW-To for Linux Advance routing.
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