Merging 3G EVO USB Modem through WIFI Router

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IP
Networking
hi all,

right now we are using 3g EVO USB Modem through 3G Wifi Router which is also sharing the internet between various clients. Due to increased demand of bandwith, we are thinking about to add 2 or more 3G USB Modems and definitely we will also have to purchase 3G Wifi routers as per quantity of the 3G USB modem. Now I am coming to the point, that, we would like to merge all these routers sources and from all these sources, we want to get one single pipe so that we could get more combined bandwith in a single IP....earlier, I used to run multilink dialup in the past and in the same fashion I would to get the same scenario for 3G wireless routers....How Can we make this setup properly

Thanx in advance..



Software/Hardware used:
TL-MR3220 (TP-Link 3G Wireles Router)
ASKED: November 6, 2011  6:11 PM
UPDATED: May 29, 2012  7:51 AM

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I am interested to buy evo wifi modem in Pakistan my home town is Daharki my village is far 4.5 km there is no telephone connection, what you have capacity and charges per month or per year

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