I've been given the OK by my neighbor to try something. That was step one. Step two is to find out if OS X can even do this. My assumption is not but I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask. I have a Comcast cable modem. I can plug it in via Ethernet, even though I do have wireless implemented as well. IP up and running...all is good. My neighbor has an unsecured WIFI AP going through Comcast. (I've offered to secure it for him after this little experiment.) I connect to his AP and also have a valid IP there as well. In OS X you can set a pecking order for the preferred connection but as far as I can tell there is no way to use multiple connections to simply get one fast connection. Does anyone know if this is doable in OS X either natively or through a third party app? I know that this can be done in Windows. I've actually done it before on my server 2003 install. Anyone have any ideas if this can be done in OS X?