So you have two independent legal
Broadband accounts (can be two DSL two
Cable or one of each.)
There are two terms that might be
associated with using two independent
Load Balancing two connections.
Let assume that you have two 3Mb/sec.
connections each capable to download
With Combined Bandwidth you should be
able to download one file at
With Load Balancing one single file
will not exceed download speed of
300KB/sec. However you can download 2
files at 300KB/sec. or 4 files at
Unfortunately Combining Bandwidth can
not be done without the ISP providing
such a specific service.
Computers are Not mind readers. If the
two connections are not synchronized
at the source your computer would know
how to combine it to a coherent page.
Any if and but about it is just
The price of such a service (if
available) is usually much more
expensive than upgrading your
connection from the basic service to a
faster business or corporate service.
If you do have two independent
services you can achieve Load
Balancing by using a Dual WAN Router.
This type of Cable/DSL Routers have
two WAN connections for two Broadband
Modems and they would mange the
Internet traffic to the LAN to be used
in the most efficient way.