I have two (slow) Internet connections that I would like to combine.
I have a router which I could plug into the Peplink balance 20 using an Ethernet cable for one of the connection. The router is connected to another router (connected itself to a wireless Verizon card) and uses static DCPH. I could get the same thing for the other connection as well if necessary (it is tethering through my phone data plan), and have a second Ethernet cable connected to the Peplink balance router. Will the Peplink balance 20 perform load balancing between the 2 connections? Will it be able to split TCP packets by connection and aggregate them back together if they come back in the wrong order as the D-Link Fuzion seems to do. Can I expect to add the bandwidth from my two connections in this way?