For about another week I'll be connected to 2 providers simultaneously from home.
I thought this could be a great time to double my bandwidth (I have ADSL + HSDPA) thanks to the fact that my computer has 2 cards, each connected to one of the routers.
I'm simply excited about the idea that I could use JDownloader to download twice faster.
The problem is that even if both connections are active, Windows always prefers 1 network card, specifically the HSDPA router that is currently connected over a Gigabit ethernet cable instead of the ADSL (5Mbit/s) connected over a regular 100Mbit Ethernet.
Do you know a way to tell Windows (or eMule and JDownloader separately) to open connections on both hardware network cards for any destination and balance traffic instead of preferring a single card only?