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weedAuthor Commented:
Just got some info that confirmed that windows NT does this....SOMEONES gotta know!
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themacmanCommented:
I'm not entirely sure it's possible with the configuration you describe. However, it is possible with an ISDN modem like the Motorola BitSURFER Pro. ISDN automatically gives you 2-64K lines.  You then dial out both lines with a single command, like this:



adtd555123456&555123456



Note the use of the '&'. This tells your ISDN modem to dial out both lines, thus giving you a 128K connection.



I've done this with OT/PPP without any problems. The one caveat is your ISP must support Digital (thus ISDN) lines.



Hope this solves your problem.
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weedAuthor Commented:
sorry i took so long to grade this answer. ive been deprived of my second modem for a while and didnt have a chance to test it. Unfortunately i STILL dont have my other modem back so ill go ahead and grade this one because it sounds plausable and no one else seems to have anything better to say about it..heh. If ya find anything more macman TELL ME ABOUT IT!!
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