2 DSL lines. One connected to WAN. One on Lan
I have pfsense running with one dsl connection connected to the WAN port. The modem connected to the WAN port is bridging the internet and I dialup through pfsense. This works perfectly. I have another DSL connection that has another modem running in bridged mode but this is connected to the LAN interface. Is there anyway to bond the two connections with one of them being on the LAN side. I would love to be able to put the second modem on the LAN into use and double the bandwidth available to the network.
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It would be better if you could add a NIC specifically for that purpose. Typically you don't want any WAN type device connected to your LAN. This is a huge security problem. I don't even know if it is possible.
Thanks for the reply. Its a bit hard to explain but I would have to change a lot of the network infrastructure to get it on the WAN side. Is it possible to run a virtual WAN that points to an IP address on the lan side?