I have the possibility of connecting to 3 access points, which each deliver an internet connection with a speed of around 100 kb / s.
I have at my disposal a router under openwrt (TL-WR1043ND). It has only one radio.
I want to connect to each access point "simultaneously", and use mwan3 to "merge" the internet connections and thus obtain a speed of 300kb / s. I am fully aware of the constraints linked to web requests (https in particular, which cannot be "loadbalanced" natively). But for protocols that establish independent parallel links, this can work.
Is it clearer?
PS: I have been using openwrt for years, but a rather classic use with some small ash hacks. Rather comfortable under Linux, but not too much in networks ...
Yes, all access points are on the same channel. But I don't understand how to do load balancing, and the allocation of interfaces / firewall. For this case.
Also it will be a lot easier to make work if the access point IPs (your gateway route to the Internet) are all in different subnets.
The ip address is dynamically assigned by the access points (by the access provider). The clients are isolated from each other, but it is possible that the IPs are on the same subnet (to verify, but it is dynamic)
Do you get a RFC1918 (private) IP from the access point or a public IP?
Separate public IPs would be no problem and that is how mwan3 is usually run. In the other case where maybe they are little hotspot/routers, if they all are (for example) 192.168.1.0/24 IPs with the AP itself being 192.168.1.1, it is going to be difficult to make separate networks for them.