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Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

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Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

Ive Got Plus Net 8Mb Premier Broadband And Telewest BlueYonder 2Mb.

Plus Net = 45kB/s Upload Speed BlueYonder = 30kB/s Upload Speed.

I Upload Via BitTorrents But My BitTorrent Client Only Shows 45kB/s Upload Does'nt Count The BlueYonder Upload.

I Gotta Kind Of Join Both Connections, Or Something.

I Need I Little Help Here Pleasee...
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Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

Give us a clue what equipment are you using? If you have a router on each you could set up routing from XP and set the metrix for each router but we need to know what you have
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Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

Plus Net = Dial Up Connecting - BlueYonder - Cable Broadband
Both Connected Via USB.

I Want To Know How To Get Both ISP Speeds, Right Now Im Only Reciving Plus Net Upload And Download Speed.

And I Have Not Yet Used A Router Its Costly.
Community Veteran
Posts: 4,729
Registered: 04-04-2007

Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

What you are attempting to do is called a “Bonded ADSL”.

There are a few ISP mainly business ones that offer this, but it’s not cheap and requires the use of specialist routers.

There are ways of setting up a redundant connection system, where if one connection fails the other would take over, and even ways of sharing the bandwidth between two connections, but not in the way you are planning.

Chilly
shellsong
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Posts: 2,191
Registered: 03-08-2007

Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

I suppose it might be possible to use two browsers with each using a different broadband access but I doubt if there's any simple way of paralleling them for the same task
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Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

I Need Both Of There Upload And Download Speeds Joined...
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Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

To my knowledge you can't do it on the cheap. You need ADSL bonding as previously mentioned.
LiamM
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Registered: 12-08-2007

Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

That won't work either though, because Blueyonder isn't ADSL. I don't know if it's possible to be honest. Without some expensive equipment.
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Joining 2 Connections (Plus Net + BlueYonder)

You won't be able to do it without getting your wallet out.

You need something like this
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Azureus

If you are attempting to use both connections to increase the speed of your torrent, you could use the BT Client 'Azureus". You will need to run 2 instances of it, and have either have a 2nd computer or 2 NICS. You then would set up each copy of azureus to d/l the same torrent, and these two instances would swap the bits they have d/l over the LAN (this is only possible with Azureus AFAIK), thus speeding up the speed you get the file. You will end up with two copies of the file however, unless you tell them both to write to the same file over a network, although I imagine they will fight over the file lock. HTH