Re: Internet Bonding....
when you bond connections with NIC teaming software it's a venfor specific option, e.g. teaming two HP NICS, or teaming two broadcom NICs
it won't work with different adapters.
on top of that the network cards need to be connected either to the same switch, same stack of switches, or switches that are connected via a trunk (rather than stacked using stack-wise cables.)
There was (many moons ago before the advent of broadband) an utility made by someone (I think it was ipswitch) that allowed you to bond connections.
for their example they bonded two ISDN lines (so instead of dual ISDN they had quad ISDN). pretty funky, but I've never heard of it in the last decade, probably because of the expansion of broadband so it's just not that practical any more.
if you're happy to move off of the PC and setup your mobile broadband on more of a dedicated server, and have a router in the middle you can pick a couple of lines and then allow the router to use both lines in a kind of load balanced way. (but you'll have to have a decent router for this and know how to get it done).
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