[ubuntu-uk] Bonding 3G connections.
krisdouglas at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 21:46:44 UTC 2011
Sounds like it is, programaticly speaking, possible with 3G. I have spent a
good while looking for solutions to this and I have yet to prevail.
Sent from my Desire HD running Android 2.3.3
On Apr 6, 2011 5:43 PM, "Matt Sturdy" <matt.sturdy at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 06/04/2011, Tim Dobson <lists at tdobson.net> wrote:
>> On 03/04/11 21:10, Tim Dobson wrote:
>>> Just wondered, does anyone have any experience or has seen any blogs
>>> posts of anyone bonding two or more 3G connections so they can
>>> aggregate the bandwidth?
>>> If you've seen or heard of anyone doing this I'd be interested to know
>>> any hints on how they went about it. :)
>> Yeah, I think, it's quite easy*.
>> Hook each dongle up to computer and connect with wvdial or whatever.
>> Setup VPN over each separate dongle to VPN endpoint.
>> Put all the VPN interfaces in a bonded interface locally.
>> Perhaps do some clever stuff at the VPN endpoint side.
>> kind of:
>> client => (3 x VPN => 3x(3G Dongle => network => internet) => VPN
>> server) => internet
>> Simple right? ;)
>> Maybe I should try it and see where it starts breaking.. :P
>> *everything is easy to do in a theoretical sense!
> I think this has already been done, though think it's only for Nokias:
> I already use the joikuspot application on a nokia and it's excellent.
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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