How to bridge two Internet connection in Lucid

Icarus Alive icarus.alive at
Sat Sep 3 14:16:38 UTC 2011

Probably "bridging" is not the right thing. At least given what you
need in form of redundant WAN connections (if I understood it
correctly). This is not bridging.

While I am not sure of the exact set of modifications and settings
needed, it should not be too difficult to follow the DD-WRT / OpenWRT
instructions for same. They have the provision for exactly this thing.
And, this is neither rocket-science, nor a bad idea. I use a TP-Link
router reflashed with OpenWRT that does exactly this thing.

On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 7:03 PM, Md Ashickur Rahman Noor
<ashickur.noor at> wrote:
> I want to bridge two Internet connection in lucid. In addition I want the to
> have two connection bandwidth at a time. Like I have two DSL connection of
> 512kbps of different ISP or same ISP. Now I want to bridge these two
> connection to enjoy 1mbps bandwidth. Is it possible, if it is then how?
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