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PC1 - connected to local wifi network

PC2 - connected to local wifi network + connected to internet + shares internet via own proxy

PC3 - connected to local wifi network + connected to other internet service + shares internet via own proxy

I am on PC1 and want to connect to PC 2 and 3's proxies at once, therefore get a faster connection to internet by using both bandwidths.

I know this is possible, but I didn't find a solution yet. Already have tried NodeJS to dispatch these proxies by running

dispatch start socks5 ipOfPC2:8080 ipOfPC3:8080

and

dispatch start --http ipOfPC2:8080 ipOfPC3:8080

, but seems it couldn't be done, I seems to me that it only can connect to physical local connections, not the proxies.

Any help and suggestions are appreciated

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    I suspect this won't increase your internet speeds...
    – Xen2050
    Dec 29, 2014 at 15:42
  • why do you think so? 2 My neighbors have adsl modems and are both connected to internet. I have a wifi router, we all connect to this router and play Warcraft 3 btw.. :D they both allow me to use their internet connection, but they will only restrict my access by custom proxy, so they only let me connect to their proxies. I want to connect ot both and combine these 2 connections together... I guess this definitely will give me extra speed, because as now, I get about 25kbps on each. Both of them together would make 50
    – Ilo
    Dec 29, 2014 at 15:48
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    possible duplicate of Merging two incoming broadband lines for faster internet Dec 29, 2014 at 15:58
  • nope. This one is about connecting 2 proxies, not broadband lines
    – Ilo
    Dec 29, 2014 at 16:01

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I saw a similar question a while ago about sharing 2 isp's on one computer but it didn't have any good solutions (and can't find it now). For this, you might want to treat each "proxy" like a separate ISP.

You might want to look into a "dual wan router" with load balancing, or a DIY solution like this. They're more often for reliability, in case one ISP goes down, but at least this firts link guy thinks might work for more speed too

Or see these about using linux

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  • I've already stumbled upon many similar solutions as you've suggested. They all are useful considered if I had two direct connections, but it seems these are useless when we talk about using proxies. Maybe there's a way to make my computer think that the proxy is actually a direct connection, then I could try those solutions? I will search for it more. Already spent my whole day so far. I will post answer to this if I find out. Thank you!
    – Ilo
    Dec 29, 2014 at 16:35
  • Connectify FAQ search here I've found, that Connectify will not help either. If it could work with proxies, it would be just what I needed!
    – Ilo
    Dec 29, 2014 at 16:41

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