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    Load Balance Router To WiFi Router

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    I have 3 broadband internet connection at my office and considering to aggregate three of them with TL-R480T+ router for bandwidth bonding. Then, I am thinking to use that combined connection to Wireless router. Can this be the right ways to do what i am going to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by w20grippy View Post
    Can this be the right ways to do what i am going to do?
    The R480T+ supports load balancing, not bonding. Difference is that you will need three separate sessions to get them balanced over three uplinks with load balancing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1D2 View Post
    The R480T+ supports load balancing, not bonding. Difference is that you will need three separate sessions to get them balanced over three uplinks with load balancing.
    Please suggest me a bandwidth aggregation/bonding router at minimal budget.

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    You did overlook the most important part of FAQ 715:

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    Again: load balancing is not NIC bonding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1D2 View Post
    You did overlook the most important part of FAQ 715:

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    Again: load balancing is not NIC bonding.
    Thanks for clarification to this FAQ. However, my question was about setting up another WiFi router such LoadBalanceRouter>>WiFiRouter, just considering a load balancing has been done with proper configuration. I need to setup this because of failure of connectivity which is very frequent at the place where I am trying to set it up. Could that work actually? I need to stay online always from a single WiFi SSID and one connection remains online always though there is so much fail-over, not the multiple lines goes offline at the same time.

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    Sure, that will work. You even could use a WiFi AP instead of a WiFi router or configure the WiFi router as an AP.


 

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