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Bonded ADSL2+

I'm looking at the Netgear DGND3700 as a replacement for my Cisco DDR2200. It was provided by Centurylink (my ISP) for the 25Mbps DSL service. Their DSL service uses a bonded. Does the DGND3700 support bonded pair?
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Re: Bonded ADSL2+

As far as I'm aware from my use of it, the router only supports a single ADSL2+ connection. It does however have a secondary WAN ethernet port for connecting to another router, or directly to something like BT Infinity.

Not sure if that helps or not?
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I don't think it does on netgear firmware. you can check DD-WRT if they can do that.
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Last time I checked, DD-WRT didn't support the DGND3700 router. Has that changed?
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I was just saying so have not look at dd-wrt site myself
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