Yes, I know what is PCC scenario but my concerns were about "merging" connections. I have lived in fallacy since today that mine Linksys RV042 can "merge" connection for Internet because seller in retail shop told me that 5 years ago. RV042 is "dead" and I need to change it with similar device. Today I found out (I read some very old datasheets) that I haven't had "merged" connections except when download torrents but my personal needs were torrents in 85% of cases and I was satisfy with performance. I noticed problem couple days ago when I was downloading Lion for OS X I noticed that speed is limited with single connection speed so I figured out what I wrote above. That is my problem and why I'm asking for RB features.Similarly read this configuration and perhaps a different explaination will help you understand it more
Excuse me Mr. Normis .. I think pcc be able double the speed if client download with IDM. I've proved it.Improve a little, maybe. No, not "double".Load balancing can double the speed of browsing the internet because each browser open multiple connections to get items of pages quickly Am I right?
A 450 or 450G would be more than enough for that situation, so for your current hardware, yes that is more than enough for what you are looking at.I forget to tell you that this scenario will be deployed in an internet cafe, my machine will be like :2000 core 2 due , 2 Giga ram, 80 G hd.
is this hardware enough for PCC method and queue tree download for 32 Pc's?
Sorry if I bothered you...
can you tell me how Mr bambangs2komputerExcuse me Mr. Normis .. I think pcc be able double the speed if client download with IDM. I've proved it.Improve a little, maybe. No, not "double".Load balancing can double the speed of browsing the internet because each browser open multiple connections to get items of pages quickly Am I right?
BGP is the only solution for "merging" 2 Internet connection, but this should be supported by your ISP and you need an AS number for that.
Load balancing will determine simultaneously usage of Internet connection, but they will keep having individual IP address and network functions.