How do I add Internet connections on Mac?
Congratulations, Speedify is connected and working on your Mac! Now it's time to set up some more internet connections so you can see the magic of Channel Bonding in action.
Speedify can use any internet connection that works on your computer: Wi-Fi, Ethernet, tethered iPhones, tethered Androids--whatever can get you online, Speedify can bond. However, Speedify does not get you more connections; it's up to you to add connections before Speedify will recognize and use them. Let’s look at your options for adding connections to your Mac:
- Connect your Mac to Wi-Fi
- Connect your Mac to a 3G/4G Dongle
- Connect your Mac to Ethernet
- Tether your iPhone to a Mac: Bluetooth
- Tether an iPhone to a Mac: USB Cable
- Tether an Android to a Mac: Bluetooth
- Tether an Android to a Mac: USB Cable
Now that you know how to set up individual connections, let’s learn how to combine them.
If you have a wired Ethernet connection, here are some useful combinations:
- Combining Ethernet and Wi-Fi
- Combining Ethernet and a Tethered Android Phone
- Combining Ethernet and a Tethered iPhone
- Combining Ethernet and a 3G/4G Dongle
- Combining 2 Ethernet Connections on Mac
- Combining Three (or more!) Ethernet Connections on Mac
If you have a Wi-Fi connection, here are some additional combinations:
- Combining Wi-Fi and a Tethered Android
- Combining Wi-Fi and a Tethered iPhone
- Combining Wi-Fi and a 3G/4G Dongle
- Combining 2 Wi-Fi Connections
Other, less common connection combinations include
Remember, when combining connections, you should use independent internet connections. Connecting multiple times to the same internet connection (for example, through wireless and Ethernet) will usually not improve your speed.