So here is my issue, to which I cannot find a definite answer that is specific to my situation. I have a limited internet speed (I live at a marina, and the public internet is throttled per device, meaning they have, for example a total of 1000MBps, but only allow each device to pull 10MBps), but I need faster internet, because downloading updates through this public internet is so time consuming. My question is, since my motherboard (Gigabyte Gaming 7 270x) has 2 Ethernet ports, could I use the current connection to the internet, then piggyback a second connection off another device, say my laptop, and use that via Ethernet to my main PC, and get 2x the speed since the public internet has a large bandwidth, but throttles the individual devices? I can't quite figure out how that would work, if it would. I know how to piggyback internet through another PC, but my question is how do I pull data off of both connections at the same time? They would be using the standard Intel Ethernet controller, and the "Killer" Ethernet Control Center. Thanks in advance!