How to Combine Ethernet (LAN) and 4G Cellular at Once on Your Mac

Cristian Miculi Combining Internet Connections, How To

Get Faster Internet: Aggregate an Ethernet Connection with a 4G Cellular USB Dongle on a Mac

When your wired Internet connection is slow and unstable, you can get rid of these issues by combining it with a 4G cellular connection right on your Mac computer. You will need a channel bonding (link aggregation) service to do that.

Speedify fast bonding VPN can help you combine your Mac’s Ethernet (LAN) Internet connection with a 4G LTE cellular USB dongle. Read below to see how.

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Four Steps to Connect to Ethernet and 4G Cellular Internet at the Same Time with Speedify

Step 1: Connect the dongle through a USB port to your Mac. Open Network via System Preferences on your Mac and Create a New Service by clicking the + icon.

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 New Service popup will appear; under the Interface dropdown, choose your 3G/4G dongle and click Create.

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On the left-hand side, your 3G/4G dongle should show a Connected status; this means your Mac is now set up to use your 3G/4G dongle.

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Step 2: You should now be able to connect to the internet using your 3G/4G dongle via your Mac, if your cellular signal is sufficient. If you still can’t connect to the internet, contact your ISP/cellular network provider.

Step 3: Now, connect your Ethernet cable to your Mac, keeping in mind that some older Macs come equipped with an Ethernet port, but most will require you to use either a Thunderbolt-to-Ethernet or USB-to-Ethernet adapter. Then, plug the other end into your modem or router. In most cases, you will connect to the internet automatically. If you don’t, see some troubleshooting options here.

How Does Speedify Work?

Speedify is powered by a revolutionary technology known as Channel Bonding. This allows you to use multiple Internet connections simultaneously for their combined speed and reliability. Everything including uploads, downloads, web browsing, gaming and streaming video can be improved by Speedify.

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Step 4: Start Speedify on your Mac to combine the wired Ethernet and 3G/4G/LTE dongle connections. When you launch Speedify, the software automatically detects the two connections. You will see them each contained in a Connection Bubble near the top of the Dashboard.

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And presto! You’re combining connections with the magic of Channel Bonding for improved speed, reliability, and security. You are now free to go forth and browse the internet, stream videos, and use your apps as you normally would.

Use the internet on your own terms – combine your wired Ethernet connection to the internet with a 4G LTE cellular dongle. Speedify for macOS will combine them for faster, more reliable and secure internet.

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