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What you are looking for is called Network Load Balancing or NLB.
Nice concept. Nice thought. But it is in no way easy or cheap.
NLB is normally available in Server Environments. Hardware NLB is the most common. I actually don't know any cheap software NLB that I can recommend. If you have the money and need, go after it.
Most cheap software based NLB actually simple do redundancy implementation (i.e. if one line is down, use another). There is no real load balancing to speed up as you want it.
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