split downloads

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by lunar21, Nov 21, 2009.

  1. lunar21

    lunar21 MDL Addicted

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    Hello I was wondering if there was a way to download things using 2 network connections? I know you can not combine connections into 1, but is there a way to use both connections at once, like if i am downloading a file on 1 connection, i could use the other connection to browse the internet without any slowdown from the other connection?
     
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  2. lunar21

    lunar21 MDL Addicted

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  4. gentoo

    gentoo MDL Senior Member

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    Nope. It is not possible to do.
     
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  5. Rosco

    Rosco MDL Addicted

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    #5 Rosco, Nov 21, 2009
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    Sorry - didn't mean to post here
     
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  6. vladxed666

    vladxed666 MDL Senior Member

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    Dual Connection

    yes this is possible...
    my setup is I have

    one internet line (T1) on the built in ethernet port
    one internet line (T3) on a Killer Network Interface Card

    this way I end up with 2 Local Area Connections on my Network Connections

    Local Area Connection 1
    Internet
    Marvell Yukon 88E88056

    Local Area Connection 2
    Gaming
    Killer Xeno Pro

    now all you have to do is
    LAN1: DHCP
    LAN2: Set Manual IP
    Set Subnet Mask

    This will cause your computer to route all traffic to your LAN1 EXCEPT the range of IPs that are on your second card(and filtered by your subnet mask). When connecting to internet or gaming, it should utilize the correct network connection
     
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  7. lunar21

    lunar21 MDL Addicted

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    How do I tell a program to use lets say LAN 1? I want all programs BUT utorrent to use LAN1, and have utorrent to use LAN2?
     
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    vladxed666 MDL Senior Member

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