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    Bond multiple internet connections

    Hi all,

    This is my first thread here, sry if the English is horrible somehow...

    I want to find a way of making my internet connection Un-sniffable through networks...lan,wan,etc...

    I access both dsl and gprs connections, and want to bond them to one encapsulated & traffic balanced gateway...

    So, listening for the solutions,

    thnx

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    I have edited the English a bit for you
    Last edited by nihil; January 21st, 2012 at 12:48 PM. Reason: a bit of help with the English :)

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    Hi, and welcome to AO

    As far as I know, if you connect to and use a network, your traffic can be sniffed. If it cannot be sniffed it cannot be received by the device you are sending it to?

    Perhaps it is better to look at ways of making your traffic useless to anyone other than the intended recipient?
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    thnx nihil,
    in detail, i need a way to use my gprs(GSM) internet and DSL available on my laptop at once...i have some stack knowledge about iproute/iptable in linux and about satellite internet hacking.
    simply my question is: how can i share/route internet data traffic through multiple internet connection types at once?

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    Use a routing table to direct traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ua549 View Post
    Use a routing table to direct traffic.
    cheers,would you give an example or an instruction link for this trick.i need more details if possible .
    e.g :my gprs ip is 1.1.1.1 and dsl is 0.0.0.0

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    You need to know which traffic you want to sent to a given adapter. It is called multihoming.
    It is not possible for the average user to actually "bond" 2 smaller pipes into one big pipe because the entity on the other end must participate.

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    thanx ua549, great help...i'll go about multihoming threads trying to bond multiple connections.
    as an example http://www.nil.si/ipcorner/SmallSiteMultiHoming/

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    Same question as mine !! u All Really Solved my Problem ... Thanks Guysss

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    yea, ahh no a home user cant do this. you can do something like have your wired on one connection and your wireless on another tho.....

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