I live in a rural area where the best DSL connection that can be managed here is a 3008/800 profile. That sucks, and the limited upload ability is killing some of my work. A few years ago, Tomato/MLPPP was developed to allow Tomato-supported modems to bond two incoming DSL lines via MLPPP. Unfortunately, as we all know, Tomato doesn't really work on newer hardware, such as the RT-N16 I have on my shelf. How feasible would it be to port the MLPPP support from Tomato/MLPPP into a TomatoUSB build by victek, shibby, Toastman etc.? To me, and lots of rural Canadians on DSL, this would be a very valuable addition! Tomato/MLPPP can be downloaded at http://fixppp.org/index.php?p=download. I spoke with Guspaz, who was involved in Tomato/MLPPP originally, and he said: Tomato/MLPPP was also discussed in this forum at http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.ph...-thread-on-modding-tomato-to-use-mlppp.25975/. Relevant info: Finally, there are people in the past who have offered bounties on this functionality - $1400 in bounties was offered at http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?threads/bounty-mlppp-on-modern-hardware.37064/ If someone wants to take this on, I can't offer financial support, but what I *can* do is bring in a second DSL line and test any builds. I haven't yet spoken with the original developer (DSL_ricer), but he can be reached via http://www.dslreports.com/profile/1471971, I think. Once this thread is up, I am going to send a message to make him aware of it. Thanks for reading through this far - I really hope something comes of it. It's the only chance I have for a better connection, and I'm far from the only one.