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I also try fo 3 days to make ADSL bonding with Zeroshell over a remote kimsufi.
Did you find any way ?
I succeed last weekend with the current configuration :
Kimsufi Debian 7 with VirtualBox, mounting the ISO of ZS and SNAT+DNAT
4 ADSL Connexions : Numericable (192.168.0.1) / 1 Free (192.168.0.2) / 1 BBox (192.168.0.3) / 1 Orange (192.168.0.4)
My local ZeroShell (192.168.0.5)
One VPN by connexion (with no ip adress)
One bonding connexion including my four VPN, on the remote and local ZS : network 192.168.2.0
After 3 days, i get all this configuration work and i was a little bit disapointed : i only reach 2mb UP & DOWN, and, only Numericable and BBox can each serve 1Mb Up and 30Mb down.
Maybe i have to take only OVH ADSL lines ?
Actually, i try to mount a ZS image directly on the kimsufi (maybe better perf ?). I found that you can change the default IP adress after gunzip -c the image on the kimsufi disk in rescue mode by modifying this file : _DB.001/var/register/system/net/interfaces/ETH00/IP/00/IP and others in the same folder.
But the server don’t start 🙁
Any suggestion ?