How-to

VtrunkD can do a lot, but we urge you to make sure certain requirements are met: Have the non-shared medium on interfaces being bonded. Each modem should be using a different carrier, e.g. Orange and Vodafone. However, different carriers still may be sharing the same infrastructure (shared base station or same backbone link) Raspberry PI 3 max total performance on 2 modems is about 50Mbit/s, on...

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Some VtrunkD users have questions related to IP configuration required for its deployment. Indeed, VtrunkD has certain features that must be taken into account. On the server-side VtrunkD requires a static IPv4 address. Alternatively, server-side’s network interface must be able to forward all unprivileged ports (1’024-65’535) to the host where VtrunkD server is deployed. The requirement to use ‘random’ port from the 1’024-65’535 range is...

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How to set up a wireless bandwidth bonding VPN connection in Linux using VtrunkD   Preface This is a first short tutorial on how to set up VtrunkD Linux multichannel VPN daemon to achieve aggregated bandwidth speeds using your 3G or LTE modems, or whatever other connections you have.   Setting up bonded VPN tunnel using multichannel VPN technology allows you to get a more stable connection for streaming, more...

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