LAG, Bonding or Port Channeling does not aggregate bandwidth. The maximum speed to any one host is still limited to the max speed of the interface the session is assigned to. LAG is designed to allow a server or workstation machine to handle more bandwidth to multiple sessions. Each session again is limited to the max bandwidth of that one interface. Microsoft has developed some technology allowing you to use LAG in a LAN environment between a Windows Server and Desktop for file transfers. This, however, does not work over the Internet. You'd have to get a Router with 10Gbps interfaces to handle anything more than 1Gbps per host.