I have a laptop with a 100mb/s ethernet and a 75mb/s wireless connection to my internet router. This is the maximum speed each network adapter can get in my laptop, but my external link is higher.
I'm thinking if it's possible to use both connections to my router as one, joining their capacity up to 175mb/s in theory. My router is a Linux box, like most of the wifi routers, and I have ssh access to it, thus allowing it possibilities for some setup there as also.
Here's a graph of the network setup:
+----------+ETH (100Mbs)<------>-----------+Fiber (300Mbs)<-------> External | MY | | ROUTER | | LAPTOP | | | +----------+WIFI (75Mbs)<------>-----------+
I know that there are other ways like buying an external gigabit ethernet adapter. But this is not a huge problem. I was just wondering if this is possible so setup (with no additional cost), so I could have better use of what I have, and I found out it's an interesting question.