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Thread: How does Network Teaming work on EP45-UD3P?

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    Default How does Network Teaming work on EP45-UD3P?

    Can I hook up 2 source of internet connection to double up on the bandwidth? I have connection for 2 cable modems at my house and was wonder if i can hookup both (one going into wireless router>M/B, 2nd going directly to M/B) and get twice the bandwidth.

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    Default Re: How does Network Teaming work on EP45-UD3P?

    It looks like "Network Teaming" requires a managed switch that supports "802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol". You'd configure the compatible switch with a LACP Team and assign those ports to a VLAN. The devil's in the details. Here's some interesting reading:

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    Default Re: How does Network Teaming work on EP45-UD3P?

    Please also see this thread for more info as well >>
    X48T-DQ6 LAN Teaming
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    Last edited by Lsdmeasap; 04-18-2011 at 02:55 PM.

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