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Subject: Re: Interesting question
From: Rodolfo Saccani <rsa-ml,AT,ssisrl,DOT,com>
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 12:04:06 +0200
In-reply-to: <20030613155349.1b5d94f5.rsa-ml@ssisrl.com>
References: <20030613155349.1b5d94f5.rsa-ml@ssisrl.com>

Would this be feasable using ethernet bridging over cipe and ehternet 
bonding????

Rudi

On Fri, 13 Jun 2003 15:53:49 +0200
Rodolfo Saccani <rsa-ml,AT,ssisrl,DOT,com> wrote:

> I have an interesting test for your minds, skills and knowledge  :)
> 
> I am using from a long time a cipe connection from a natted host to a host 
> on a public ip address. The natted host is on a satellite link, but it's 
> connected to an ip modem that incorporates a router, so it is just a natted 
> host with a private ip address. The host with a public ip address is 
> connected to a dsl.
> 
> Now I am trying to double the bandwidth bonding two ip modems, and I would 
> like to do it with cipe.
> 
> Now, should I set-up cipe over a kind-of multilink ppp over ip connection? 
> I guess this way I will end up having a cipe connection over a tcp 
> connection, and I don't like this.
> 
> Should I set-up two cipe connections and set-up a kind-of multilink ppp 
> over the two cipe connections? This sounds much better but... how?
> Doesn't ppp require tcp as it is designed to work over cables and FIFO 
> connections?
> 
> Please bear in mind that I am trying to double the bandwidth between these 
> two hosts, so a dynamic routing solution is not what I need.
> 
> Any suggestion???
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Rudi
> 
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