Is Zeroshell a good choice for consolidating 4 DSL lines?

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    Cyrcle
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    I’m interested in using Zeroshell to consolidate 4 DSL lines. I live in a location that’s close to max distance for DSL, so the most I can get is 1Mb/s down, 512kb/s up. I’d like to get 4 lines and load balance across them.

    If Zeroshell will work, what type of hardware would I need to support that usage? Would an Atom dual core be powerful enough? I’d like to be able to keep power consumption as low as possible.

    Thanks for any info 😀

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    AussieWISP
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    Yes ZS is a good choice, especially if low power on your pc is preferred. Your specified choice will run ZS fine; just setup net balancing and failover and you’ll be up and running.

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