Hello all, first time poster.
After searching the web for a while and not finding any answers, I decided to come here.
My question is this:
My neighbour and I have very different schedules, and very rarely use the internet at the same time. We both have 1500 kb/s DSL internet connections, to different ISP's. We both have wireless routers and wireless cards in our laptops and we wanted a way to band together our internet connections so that when we use the net our bandwidth is higher, our main use being P2P file sharing programs.
We live next door to each other and can see each other's SSID's. We have several cheap USB wireless NIC's, and wanted a way to have two of these plugged into our computers, one to connect to my router and one to his, and to band the connections together. What software can I get that will allow me and him to itilize the bandwidth of both our internet connections?
P.S. the routers are a Belkin F5D7633 and a D-Link DI-624M. We both have Windows XP Pro SP2.
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