there is 2 possible methods: 1. as Fewi mentioned, you need to have own AS and IP block 2. to put mikrotik router in datacenter with good connection and from your local router to establish 2 separate tunneled connection to it, one trough ISP1 and other trough ISP2 and to load-balance traffic over th...
Its a them academy project as i trough and don't even know do it is opensource implementation.
And as i read its needed to install in mt some form of sdk and drivers for vga, don't even know what more, but i think this will impact hdd size usage and will be limited to only x86 platform.
look what i found on the net http://shader.kaist.edu/packetshader/
hope the time when i can upgrade my router with just put my old vga card into it come
and who say it can take only one card in it ?
imagine if we can have that in mt