I have been a longtime pepwave user and forum contributor. Not many posts but I found the bit defender not allowing admin access a few years back problem so thanks to all who posted a thank you and that it solved their issue.
Moving forward I have now moved to a place where my surf soho usb internet 4 g lte mdoem internet is no longer needed. I just moved into my new home and had 2 services installed. One dsl fiber to home 100 up and 100 down. soon to be gigabit once they finish updating the node in the coming months.
My cable connection which is gig down/40 up.
I would like to combine these at packet level or channel bond them if you will so that the fiber dsl line is essentially adding 100 mbps to the 900 typical download speed i get essentially putting me at a true 1 gig connection or faster and also adding 100 to the upload of 40 making my upload 140 mbps.
I have a google mesh hard wired system already in place meaning each of the 6 google wifi points i rant cat 6 too hardwired and mounted them in the ceiling. Custom mount pictures available should anyone want to see. so here is how my system is now. I am not using the fiber connection at the moment as it is slower overall.
cable modem- main google wifi mesh router- 48 port switch - google router, 2 3 4 5 have their own dedicated lines to the switch. Having wifi on the channel bonding pepwave device is not needed in anyway as you can see.
I dont want to use bridge mode on the google system because then roaming would work correctly like handing off devices to other routers as you move about. I dont and also cant have a double nat system either because of security cameras and backup servers I dial into regularly.
Is there a pepwave non wifi router that does exactly what I am looking for in terms of truly combining the fiber 100up and 100 down connection to my 940 down and 40 up cable condition. Splitting the packets evenly I guess so when I run a speed test or download a file I see 100 has been added to my overall system speed?
Can this be done without running into a double nat system so that my google wifi main router is still the system dhcp handler.
Also keep in my the throughput. In the early days I was excited when I moved to the new home weeks ago because I thought I could get a pepwave non wifi device and then use the in ceiling wifi radios but quickly noticed the “residential” grade stuff only have throughput of 150mbs to maybe 600. If what I want to do can be done I will be over 1 gig speeds.