Add connections ER605

Add connections ER605
Add connections ER605
2022-04-17 08:11:24 - last edited 2022-04-18 06:07:00
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I have two ISP providers. Vodafone and Movistar.

 

The routers go through a telephony sim and an external antenna.

 

Right now I have the Wan/LAN1 and WAN inputs activated.
Connection Type: Dynamic IP

TP-Link Balancer Router: ER605

 

I want to sum both connections. I haven't found any tutorial or manual to do it.

 

Note: I have the network managed by OMADA

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2022-04-18 06:05:51 - last edited 2022-04-18 06:07:00

Hi  @Mikelov 

 

There is no "sum" option. Please note Load Balance is not Link Aggregation. 

 

If you have multi PCs and applications, the router will choose different WAN for different sessions, so the total bandwidth is WAN1+WAN2. 

However you cannot get this "sum" speed on one PC with one application.

 

Related document: https://www.tp-link.com/us/support/faq/2079/

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2022-04-18 06:05:51 - last edited 2022-04-18 06:07:00

Hi  @Mikelov 

 

There is no "sum" option. Please note Load Balance is not Link Aggregation. 

 

If you have multi PCs and applications, the router will choose different WAN for different sessions, so the total bandwidth is WAN1+WAN2. 

However you cannot get this "sum" speed on one PC with one application.

 

Related document: https://www.tp-link.com/us/support/faq/2079/

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2022-04-19 05:24:41

  @Hank21 So the ER605 is useless to me. I will return it to the supplier, if I make sure that they could be added. If they were the same bandwidth of the ISP providers, it would be worth it, since one is much lower than the other and thus condemns half of the company to a bad connection. 

 

Does TP-Link have any device that does add?

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