WAN Link Aggregation Support
Shane Milton last edited by
ISPs are now beginning to support gigabit in MANY places and some, with the use of certain cable modems, can even pull more than a full gigabit. They do this with a single coax cable in and 2+ gigabit ethernet cables out. Obviously, if the cable modem is pushing 2 gigabit ethernet cables out, you need a router that supports link aggregation with 2+ WAN ports.
Is it possible (in the future with the current hardware) to turn one of the four LAN ports into a second WAN port with Link Aggregation support?
I understand the difficulty in getting the current unit to even support gigabit speeds, so I have a feeling the answer is no. But if processing power isn't too limiting, this sure would be a nice feature to have. In theory, I might be able to pull 1.2gbps via Spectrum if I had the Link Aggregation support.