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Mobile Broadband AC800S with NetGear DC112A - Load Balance with NBN?

MrNhodge

I'm about to buy the Optus (Netgear) AC800S Mobile Broadband device and complement it with the NetGear DC112A dock. I've hear this is now compatible.

 

However I also have a slow (Rural area) NBN service that I'll be keeping due to the amount of data we download in medical industry (One MRI can be a couple of GB. So we exceed 1TB per mth.

 

The Optus Mobile Braodband is considerably faster. Thus the investment.

 

However I want to be able to use fast download for general family streaming and internet whilst utilising the NBN for the hefty download volumes. 

 

Does anyone know if I can have the DC112A set-up for load balancing between the NBN and the docked mobile broadband (AC800S)? 

Re: Mobile Broadband AC800S with NetGear DC112A - Load Balance with NBN?

petergdownload

Wouldn't you have two modems - one for the NBn connection and one for the new mobile broadband?

 

Just connect people to the one you want them to use day to day?

 

Peter Gillespie

Re: Mobile Broadband AC800S with NetGear DC112A - Load Balance with NBN?

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10000000000GB

https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2674885

 

https://www.ofmodemsandmen.com/loadbalancing.html

 

The Rooter firmware is a custom install of a Linux OS onto usually TP-Link routers. You notice a mention of routing traffic to a particular IP.

 

Otherwise, the RT-68U migth be able to handle linking to both ethernet and wifi.

 

Re: Mobile Broadband AC800S with NetGear DC112A - Load Balance with NBN?

defraggle

Did the combo of AC800S and DC112A work for you? 

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