wireless networking question.

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  1. Sean6293

    Sean6293 OT Supporter

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    i'm sharing a cable connection w/ a friend who lives in the apartment below me, however we are both college students and live right across from campus and can pick up the college's wifi network from the house. i have two wifi cards available, and i'm wondering if i can somehow connect to, and join both networks to increase my overall bandwidth... is this possible?
     
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    Mac It varies from season to season, kid. OT Supporter

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    i dont think u can..ive tried and i can only access one at a time not both simultaneously
     
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    dorkultra OT's resident crohns dude OT Supporter

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    i don't think it will work.
    i tried bridging my 2 wireless routers and 2 usb wifi adapters and it would only use one at a time.
     
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    Xp hates bridging. I used to support SBC DSL shit(ugh....)

    Bridging the wifi and/or eth. connections made it all goto shit.
     

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