Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router Driver
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Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router Driver
Keep in mind that 4x the lines may not mean 4x the bandwidth.
Hope this helped some, anyway. If you do find a router that does connection bonding, but only with two ports, couldn't you use two of them and then bond them with a third one?
Berkut If only I had linked to Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router No idea what it costs. You could do it with a Linux machine and some network cards, but that's too much like work for me.
Then all the fancy stuff happens in software. Ideally, I think they'd like to do it all wirelessly, but I don't know how well that will work out with that many different signals in one house.
Seems like it could be a problem, but wireless is Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router much voodoo to me. The fact that the closest I've gotten to a price on four-port routers is "call for consultation" doesn't give me warm fuzzies. There is still the wire phobia, too.
Berkut mentions a Linux machine and some network cards. That's what they're talking about.
What sort of software would you recommend? Dewey Finn Why not just split the cost of one 2Mbps connection? I've never done it using Linux myself, so I don't know what to tell you there.
Because they don't have the time to wait four seconds for an 8mb file, silly. What happens on the random day that they're all home and online? Anyone on that type of network Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router must not be named and the others might as well go read a book.
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And let's all imagine for a moment all four of them trying to play World of Warcraft simultaneously. Tragedy of the commons and all that.
Anyway, it's more a matter of a four port router not being terribly useful for anything other than being a four port router. For Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router same cost you could build a computer that could also function as a fileshare, or a game server, or whatever.
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It's also easier Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router give everyone back their specific pieces of donated hardware when they move out rather than figure out who gets the four port router. Currently, they're thinking of setting up a single box to connect to the 4 seperate connections and then offer the combined bandwidth on a sperate Ideally the box would act like a hardware firewall and spread the load accross the connections and maybe do some accounting so whoever used it most paid the most.
Thing is, though we all have an intuitive idea that this is or should be possible, we're Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router sure what sort of software they'd need to make it work.
Still theoretical, so they don't have any hardware or OS restrictions What do they need? You could set it up with some kind of switching network, so that each computer could select which connection to use, but bridging the internet sources together would not Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Router. Think of it like trying to set four telephones up to share four different phone lines.
Each phone can select any one of the four lines as long as you have a 4-line Edimax BR-6541WP Wireless Routerand you can have multiple people talking on the same line, but you can't have one phone attempting to access all four lines at once. Just like phone lines each have their own unique phone number, each of your internet connections has a unique IP address, and you can't blend them together.
However; there are a couple of incidental reasons it might not work: