If you want to enhance the QoS and reliability of the internet connection thenmultihoming is the best technique for that. It works on the basis of links of the multiple network. Usually a network that has many paths and is connected to the global internet through ISPs is known as multi homed. We focus to create a mulhoming solution on the basis of Linux. This will enable load balancing that includes tools developed for estimating the characteristics of the path and the process of userspace daemon that helps the kernel by nourishing with the necessary data. 

Capacity, bandwidth, latency are some of the tools that were tested and developed for estimating the characteristics of paths. The process of userspace daemon helps in the communication process with the kernel and at the same time it also enables the execution of the development tools. The policy-based routing is carried on by the outgoing load balancer and it enables to choose the best link for various traffics.

Using the ISPs it can calculate the path characteristics to the accessed destinations. The best link that is related to the packet of application protocol can be chosen on the basis of the characteristic of the  path. This is determined on the basis of the user-defined policy. For those destinations that are not frequently used, a first hop global policy connectivity is considered to be the ideal and its work on the basis of ISPs.

Available bandwidth, delay and capacity are the characteristics of the path. The involved tradeoffs are discussed and algorithms are used to calculate these parameters. This is a recently used method and it is also gaining a huge popularity among the masses. The internet connection speeds up and slows down depending on the network available from the server. This problem is increasing with the increasing number of connections and is quite disturbing for people.

This new method can easily solve the problem and it will also enable the operator to calculate the parameters of the connection. The usage keeps on  changing continuously and for each interface the bandwidth need to be estimate regularly. The estimate bandwidth and the usage are determined by the reading of this thread. It selects the bandwidth with maximum capability and sends the same to the kernel. This is a simple technique and is based on the function f ISPs. The test readings are available online in a sheet separated.