I have a 2.5MB local (but actually 56k or thereabouts internationally) ADSL connection. I was thinking of switching as service quality and port blocking has become too much and prevents me from downloading stock data I need to crunch. The point is the local loop to the ISP is (relatively) fine and has adequate capacity, the port blocking and constriction starts with the ISP's international link. SO, if I could run one ISP from one PC and one from another, could I feed them both into the SAME 2.5 MB ADSL enabled telephone line simultaneously without the signals interfering with each other? ADSL capacity should not be the issue as 2.5Mb is ample considering the data would be construicted to a fraction of this at the ISP's gateway. Remember it is one PC for one ISP (data crunching function on this one so I neeed the expanded bandwidth) and one PC for the other ISP. I need the extra international capacity as cuurrently I am constricted by my ISP shaping international bandwidth. If it is possible, what hardware/software set up do I need? 2 routers that somehow feed into one? I seem to remember this question has been asked before, but not sure if it was answered............................... PS assume sufficient PPoE compatibility and settings compatibility between the 2 ISP's that they could run on the same ADSL line, certainly as a standalone one or other.