How to Increase Download Speed by Connecting Multiple Internet Connections
Most of us have more than one internet connection either for personal use or for office use. Be it a Broadband, community Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G via our phone and internet dongles. In spite of so many options to connect we can connect our computer with any one internet connection at a time. But here we found a way to connect to more than one connection and use it to browse and download at a super high speed. Dispatch-proxy is a free and open source tool that can be used to combine multiple internet connections into one single pipe. With Dispatch-proxy one can combine as many Wi-Fi networks, wired Ethernet connection, 3G or 4G connections you have access to and make it one one big connection 🙂
Dispatch-proxy functions by creating a local proxy on your computer that will do the load balancing on you computer, but you can even prioritize your internet connections accordingly so that your best internet connection handles the major data for downloading. You will notice a drastic increase in the speed of your internet connection which are combined together.
How to install Dispatch-proxy
To begin with Dispatch-proxy one needs to install Node.js on their system. Step 1: Open Command Prompt and run as administrator Step 2: Run “npm install -g dispatch-proxy”
How to run Dispatch-proxy
A SOCKS5/HTTP proxy that balances traffic between multiple internet connections To start a HTTP proxy, run the command “dispatch start –http”. To start a SOCKS5 proxy, run the command “dispatch start”. The program will start a proxy at localhost:1080, and will now list all IP addresses the program will be dispatching requests to.
How to use Dispatch-proxy
Its a simple to use dispatch-proxy. Just Open the internet application’s proxy configuration settings and enter the proxy address “localhost” and port number as printed by the dispatch command. If its an HTTP proxy, enter the address printed by “dispatch start –http” in the HTTP field. If its a SOCKS5 proxy, do the same but in the SOCKS field.
And its done now. The program will now start using the dispatch proxy.
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