bridge home connection & public wifi = double bandwith?
I have the A8N Neo4 Platinum motherboard and I noticed that it has dual LAN capability and they can be bridged. I also have a laptop which has wifi capabilities and I regularly tap into public wifi networks.
So, I was wondering if I can have my laptop share its wifi connection and connect it wire it to one of the ports on my motherboard. Then have the other port connected to my router which provides me with my internet connection. Then i was wondering if i can combine the two of them and have double the bandwith. I am not much of a networking expert, but this seemed like something feasible, but I am not sure how bridging and dual lan works.
thanks for the help!