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Hi,

At the moment I have access to 2 wireless networks.

1: Where I live, I have access to wireless network it has 2Mbit/s down and up.
2: I Have ISP as well and I have attached wireless router. 10 Mbit/s down and very very bad upload speed ~0.68 Mbit/s

So I have two wireless internet accesses. Is it possible to join them in one, atleast on 1 PC ?

I found some information on the net :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_aggregation
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Channel_bonding

But I Would be very grateful if someone would explain that with simpler words.

Thanks

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No you will not be able to combine two networks to increase speed. unfortunately you are limited to the speeds the your ISP provides. You could try to switch to a better provider in your area.

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So what exactly is explained in those wikipedia links ?

Unfortunately another ISP isn't available in my area :(

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Those wiki articles are talking about connections within your local area network (inside your home) not the wide area network (your connection to your ISP).

Specifically they are talking about increasing your connection speed by using two network interface cards (this is what you plug into on your computer) on your computer. This way you can increase the amount of data you can send to other computers within your home. This will not affect the speed you have on the internet.

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