How to combine two providers, increasing the speed of the Internet?

There are two Internet service provider.
As when downloading,for example,torrents use two provider?
Or somehow register an IP address, if one is connect to the same provider....but if another - then another. Well or somehow differently.
Is it possible to register in the router? Or put two network cards?(of course it is better in the router that I used with every PC is not zavrachitsa).

Thank you
July 2nd 19 at 14:24
4 answers
July 2nd 19 at 14:26
Aggregation at different service providers in such a way do not work, but balancing two uplinks - can. Need a router that supports Multi WAN.
July 2nd 19 at 14:28
The same program - no, impossible. It is necessary that the program itself is able. It is unlikely that such torrenticola exist.

You can different programs to pass through different providers.

2 network cards are not required.
July 2nd 19 at 14:30
At least one answer to the same question already. How You think - just "lay down" channel to channel with a width of "first+second" - it is IMPOSSIBLE. Impossible.

Two channels are connected to increase reliability and in case of a fall the first to go to second.

What I can do.

You can direct traffic to a single program or a single site for the same channel and the traffic of the second program (or site) - on the other. Programs running on the top level of the ISO and are able to use two channels(i.e. a much lower ISO level) I don't know.

The only exception are programs, able to download in parts - for example torrents. But here the download speed will not be the sum of the bandwidth of both providers, even if they are both guaranteed bandwidth.

What do you need? Need router, able to do such things. Of course, not TP-Link not ASUS and not zuhel. For such things usually take Mikrotik.
July 2nd 19 at 14:32
Not quite share the opinion viewaskewniverse.
The fact that the author requires, is called multihomed. I do not know how Mikrotik and other routers, but on my Linux gateway, this is done fast enough, a lot of articles. But there is a nuance that must be understood. Classic file download in the browser - when there is one server and one client, will not increase the speed because the connection is only one and through a specific gateway. But when you open the pages of YouTube or contact that generates a lot of dynamic subdomains and spread the content between them will be multiple connections in different domains and the connections will occur through different channels. The same applies to the torrent. Installs several (dozens) of connections to peers and each new connection to the PIR method, the round robin will go through one provider, then another (depending on settings), thereby increasing the ultimate speed of download.

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