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Old 09-26-2006
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Question double wireless adapters might be double fast

Ive been doin mods on laptops alot lalty and ive been tring to sinc two wieless cards(using diferent servers) to try and get some really fast net.any ideas?I know im not the firt one to think of this. Ibet its easy,but im having conflicting software problems .
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Ibet its easy

I bet it's not easy and you will continue to have conflicts. Ridiculous....
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Default Re: double wireless addapters might be double fast

yea good luck with that i cannot forsee being able to use two wireless cards at the same time
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Default Re: double wireless addapters might be double fast

The amount of work it would take to gain anything from this is ridiculous as suggested in previous replies. One way to attempt what you are doing would be to write software that acts as a virtual network card similar to how it's done in a virtual machine. Then your virtual network card driver is written to split requests between the two existing physical network cards. Who knows - maybe you could accomplish this with existing virtualization hardware like virtualbox. But probably not.

If you really want a peformance boost then either go wired, or upgrade to a wireless N nic if you don't already have one. Be sure your router can supports this of course.
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Default Re: double wireless addapters might be double fast

The result of operating 2 identical wlan cards in the same pc would be the same as 2 persons pushing the microphone of a 2-way radio at the same time. A hetrodyne mess. The receiving device would be unable to decode both signals at the same time.
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