I have had Hughes net for over 15 years paying over $100 per month for a very poor service.I finally got a company to put a wireless system in its a Motorola Canopy 900 mhz 3 meg download for $50 per month .I would like to pay for 2 connections and combine the signals in one router what would be my best way to do this? I plan on using voice over IP ,Stream video ,surf,download.
Please guide me in the right direction .The AP is about 1 mile right behind my house on a water tank clear shot I can see the antenna from my windows.
I am not an expert in networking but i wish I could help you
you should buy a wireless usb adapter so now you have two adapters for wireless connections
one for Hughes net
the other for motorolla network(although I don't know much about such a network)
in windows xp when you select the two connections at the same time using the Ctrl key
then right click you will find an item in the menu called "Bridge Connections" ..I can't do so in win 7 professional but in xp I could do it ..
try this and good luck
This capability balances network sessions like Web, email, etc. over multiple connections in order to spread out the amount of bandwidth used by each LAN user, thus increasing the total amount of bandwidth available. For example, a user has a single WAN connection to the Internet operating at 1.5Mbit/s. They wish to add a second broadband (cable, DSL, wireless, etc.) connection operating at 2.5Mbit/s. This would provide them with a total of 4Mbit/s of bandwidth when balancing sessions