Combining two xDSL connections using TP-Link TL-ER5120 After spending a lot of effort trying to improve the quality of my phone line and ultimately being told by my ISP that FTTC 'upgrade' will be slower than my current ADSL2+ connection I have decided the best economic way to increase the speed of my home net connection is by using a load balancing router and load sharing with two separate connections. As a family of 4 with two teenagers we are regularly bumping into capacity issues with streaming, gaming and other issues. I am not too worried about doubling the speed of a single connection, more making more overall bandwidth available to allow each user more capacity. For this reason I don't believe I need to go down the route of a more expensive 'bonded' connection. My weapon of choice is the TP-Link TL-ER5120 which generally gets very positive reviews and can load balance up to four different WAN connections. I will use two phones line, two ISP's (Plusnet and Zen currently), two modems (a Zyxel VMG8324 and a D-Link D320B) and a separate WAP, an Asus AC68U for my wireless. I was just wondering whether any of you have any experience of this kind of setup and advice to offer, perhaps a bit of a long-shot as its a bit of a niche. Most people in the UK seem to have access to reasonably fast FTTC now. And yes, it is far too complicated for a home network, pffffttt..... Cool beans!