My internet provider caps the internet on per ip basis. I can use multiple ip on the same NIC(Ethernet in my case) . I got this to work with downloads since I can segment my download over multiple ips. What I want to do is combine all the connections into one so I can use it for normal streaming and web surfing. The ip address providedby the ISP all belong to the same subnet(10.4.9.X) and all connect using a common WAN address.
I have searched quite a bit and found a software called Speedify. While it works for me , it is restricted to windows and is very costly. I want to do something similar by using a Ubuntu VPS with 1 gigabit link I have as the VPN part. I looked into channel bonding but most articles talk about bonding two different NICs from different WAN.
In short I have multiple ips on the same NIC and I want to use them all to connect to a my server. And then use all of them as a single connection.
PS. I am not looking for load-balancing solutions as I have already mentioned I have that figured out.