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I need to setup a machine with 2 modems, one setup for inbound dialup networking, the other for outbound data transmission.  Anyone ever done it or know a good way to go?
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Windows 95 communication does NOT support multiple simultaneous connections over modems. You should install Windows NT Workstation 4.0 and use RAS to accomplish what you need.


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