Multi wan and One Lan no working properly



  • hi can any one help me
    i have to DSL Modem Same Copany and same ISP
    i have one modem speed 4MB and 2nd one have 2mb Speed
    when il check spedd test showing onely one modem 4 mb not be combin i have another product TP-lin router 4801+ when il used this products speed combin showing 6mb
    here how il be cobin
    2. i make rules when one line of trafik will be goin 2 line modem bout not working
    any body can help me
    i have wi-fy network ihave 20 user but all user not happy speed is very selow bad
    any body have any ideaya





  • I want you to be a bit more clear of what you have done.



  • hi can any one help me
    i have to DSL Modem Same Company and same ISP
    i have one modem speed 4MB and 2nd one have 2mb Speed
    when il check spedd test showing onely one modem 4 mb not be combin i
    here how il be cobin
    2. i make rules when one modem be come off line  trafic will be goin send Modem  line modem bout not working
    any body can help me
    i have wi-fy network ihave 20 user but all user not happy speed is very selow bad
    any body have any ideaya



  • I think he means this without literal translation

    Hi can anyone help me
    I have two DSL modems from the same company and from the same ISP (assuming he means same models obtained from the same ISP)
    One modem is provisioned for 4Mb service and the other modem is provisioned for a 2Mb service.
    When I check speed test (from what source?), it only shows the modem with the 4Mb service. The two connections are not combining.
    When I connect the modem(s) to the TP-Link router, the speed test shows 6Mb.

    Then he goes on to describe how his configuration is set up but it's not working. It sounds like he wants to use loadbalancing but if either connection fails, he wants all connections to fall over to the working connection.

    I think he is using his connection as a wifi hotspot that services 20 users.

    I think perhaps because of the language barrier, pictures of a proper config might be better. However, network typology will have to be assumed, and the optimal configuration suggested, to suit his clients needs (not his) since it is his clients that are complaining.


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