I have a slower "high-speed" Internet connection of 1.5Mbps DSL. I have often wondered if I could get a second line into my house and do a process called link bonding to join the two lines together and increase my bandwidth. There are various routers out there for this, I think I see, but I am still quite new to this.
So how does this work?
I mean, let's say I'm on SSH and connect to some Linux server. Does it connect over both DSL lines during that kind of transaction, or only one?
Or let's say I'm browsing a shopping website with https -- does it join the two lines together for that or only dedicate one of the lines for that?
Or, does it only show improvements if I do activity like load a web page, where responses might come from both ISP lines at once?