How to Combine 4+ Connections at Once on Raspberry Pi

Ryan Van Dongen Combining Internet Connections, How To

Are you obsessed with Internet speed and in need of a reliable Internet connection? Surely you can’t look at a Raspberry Pi without wondering how many internet connections you can get this crazy little computer to use simultaneously. More connections at once means failover and also increased bandwidth – who doesn’t want that? Here in the Speedify Labs, we were … Read More

Raspberry Pi vs Odroid: Which Is Faster as a Wired Router?

Alex Gizis About Internet Speeds

In Part 1 of this Raspberry Pi vs. Odroid series we tested iPerf3 downloads over Speedify with the Raspberry Pi 3B, Raspberry Pi 4B, and the ODroid N2.  In this part 2, we’re setting the devices up to share the Speedify connection over Ethernet and running the iPerf client on a connected laptop. Which of them do you think will … Read More

VPN Network Speed Testing: Raspberry Pi vs Odroid

Alex Gizis Combining Internet Connections

When it comes to single board computers, the Raspberry Pi is one of the most popular boards. In the last few years, there are many alternatives to that, so you have where to choose from. The major benefit of these computers is, as you know, their flexibility for implementing any type of project you may think of. Fast and reliable … Read More

Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a VPN Router with One App

Cristian Miculi How To

Did you get the latest Raspberry Pi 4? It’s a fine piece of technology and it has all the flexibility to allow you to use it for many interesting scenarios. One of these is a VPN router, which you may find useful when traveling or even in your own home. Using your Raspberry Pi as a VPN router certainly beats … Read More

How to Easily Do Linux Network Bonding and Share the Connection

Cristian Miculi Combining Internet Connections, How To

Two connections are better than one – the more, the merrier, for that matter. And we don’t mean switching between them, but using them simultaneously, to maintain the current session. This comes in handy whenever you need a stable and fast Internet connection. Examples include live streaming, online gaming, traveling, day trading, or reporting from the field. While you can … Read More