I have two DSLs (<6Mbps each) at home because:
- each is capped at 150GB/mo and I use more than that
- there are no other broadband options available to me that aren't severely capped
- I'm hoping to find a way to improve overall bandwidth and/or throughput.
I tried a dual-WAN router in load-balance mode, but streaming performance from various services was dismal. I have only one device that can dual-home (a Mac Pro). I could put the house on line A and the Mac Pro on line B, then manually swap every two weeks, but this doesn't solve #3 above (and it's manual).
Is there a better way to architect my (Apple-centric) combination-wired/wireless network so all devices can communicate with each other and bandwidth and/or throughput are better? There are many wired devices, and many wireless devices on the network. I have any number of switches and Airports at my disposal, and I'm not averse to buying some new hardware, but keep in mind this is a home and not a business with a 4- or 5-figure network budget.