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I have a network and 3 lines from my isp of vdsl of 20mb each i want that all three lines are joined and my users on network get equal speed on of the internet. How I can do this?
For example if 2 ppl aur using network they should get 30 mb ech and i there are 60 then each gets 1 mb how i can do this can you help me please?
 

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Hi muzzammilravian, and welcome to TSG.

Sounds like you need a load balancing router with at least three WAN ports. You might want to consider spending a bit more for one with one or two spare WAN ports should you ever wish to add more broadband lines. Here is a link to an example of one such product (Note: Not an endorsement by myself or TSG of any particular manufacturer or model):
http://edimax.com/en/produce_detail.php?pd_id=213&pl1_id=3&pl2_id=65

EDIT: For future reference, the site rules prohibit cross-posting on the site.
 

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See cwwozniak's post. probably cost about US$700

Doesn't work that way. Only thing connecting the lines together will get you is a call from your ISP that youir service is cancelled.
 

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Sir I want to do this without a router. I have a computer for this which contains 4 lan cards 3 will be used for incoming and 1 one will be out..!! which software or what i should install in that machine that is my point?
 

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I probably won't have an answer but it might help someone else to help you if you let us know what operating system is running on the computer as well as the details on how the four Ethernet ports are set up on the computer.
 

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There's a fundamental misunderstanding of how networks work if you're expecting to be able to combine speeds between circuits. If in fact this is what you're looking for, even with 3 20 Mb/s lines, the maximum you'll ever get regardless of the technology you use is going to be 20 Mb/s per session.

Regardless of this, do you actually have the network traffic to really justify an attempt to get a 60 Mb/s line....let alone trying to saturate a single 20 Mb/s line. Also, even if you're able to maximize the use of these pipes, you're at the whim of the target server. You'll only be as fast as the target server can transmit data back to you.
 
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