Even I am hunting for the same.
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I am not sure if it will work though! Coz I find this reply more convincing..
April 13, 2012 at 5:58 am
are you sure the packets are going thru both interfaces?
I think it doesn’t work, simply because you would need two default gateways, leading to some hard problems:
- how does the system choose where to send the packets?
- for outgoing packets: unless the two connections have both statically assigned public IP addresses, which is very unlikely, you will end up with two differently NATed paths, and the client will refuse packets coming from two different ip addresses on the same connection.
- for incoming packets: to let the client send packets to both interfaces, you would need to send them from both interfaces with different source ip addresses: it will not work, the client will get confused. and anyway you would need support at the application level.
to solve all this, you’d need to:
- make an ad-hoc application which understands all this and can send chuncks to both interfaces, then merge all the returning chunks. you’d need support at the application level: for example you’d need http byte range support on both client and server
- divide “equally” the single specific connections thru the two gateways. this may work but it’s pretty hard if you do not have access to advanced routing and traffic shaping at the kernel level. may be possible on a phone with custom compiled aosp rom and modified kernel