Well, maybe if you send duplicate VPN packets 1 over each connection.
But I don't think modern iptables has a MIRROR-target.
Anyway, as someone mentioned above LACP is like RAID-0, not RAID-1 which is what he/she needs.
If you only use it for loadbalancing with static iptables/ip rule/ip routes, it won't help in any way.
It would need some kind of dynamic component.
The person that asked the question mentioned 2 mobile providers.
Of course his connection is going to suck, it's wireless.
The question is:
Can you use 2 mobile connections to get the best of the 2.
The first thing to try would be if he/she started 2 pings, would they both go bad at the same time. If so he/she doesn't have to try any of the tricks mentioned.
I specifically meant OpenVPN, because it can encapsulate Ethernet packets.
That can easily be solved, use 2 VPNs.
Yeah, I forgot about that one.
I believe the Linux kernel has built-in support for High-availability Seamless Redundancy (HSR).
If he/she sets up a Linux gateway to his/her Windows-machine he could test it.
First of all, I doubt you'll find anything that already works on Windows.
So it would have to be something like Linux on both sides. So you'll need a Linux machine as a gateway if you want to use Windows.
Now that said, there are 2 things I've seen which are available for Linux:
- multipath-TCP could do this, but TCP is usually pretty bad as a tunneling protocol if you want good latency.
- a better way might be a routing protocol with a weight for the latency (=round-trip time) and with very fast convergence to be useful. Their is existing code and a IETF draft for babel(d): https://tools.ietf.org/html/dr...
That could work.
Well, who is currently in court with Microsoft about these patents ?:
Who is not on the OIN-list ?:
I do see HTC, but also no Huawei, ZTE, Acer, Viewsonic, Quanta or Compal *
I also see Google (thus Motorola ?), but I don't think Microsoft has a deal with them.
* they have a list here:
"Yes. Cleaning the homes of people who own factories."
You are kidding, right ?
Maybe I'm wrong, but cleaning homes just seems to easy to automate.
There are a whole bunch of reviews on YouTube, I've not seen this strange 10 seconds to load crap:
But it aint gonna be fast, see it loading the camera app (which isn't fast on the other phones I've seen, so it's a bit of a heavy app compared to most):
However you are going to paint it, someone made a bad choice with 128MB.
Sure RAM might be cheap and it sounds like this device needs it. But RAM needs to regularly be refreshed so I wonder how much battery power it will use. So you'll have 2 things that would need to be increased ? What would be the price of a better battery ?
That is why the Tor-browser-bundle includes a browser with lots of indentifying information removed.