3ComImpactIQ ISDN modem under Linux

hello, i have a 3comimpact iq isdn modem, and i need to know
how to set this up under linux so that i can use both b channels.
so, the question is, how do i do that?
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sauronCommented:
It's really nothing to do with Linux. If the terminal adapter supports bonding, or Multilink PPP, it will be set in commands sent to the TA.

I have a BitSurfr Pro, and this supports both Multilink PPP, and bonding. Which I would use depends on where I'm dialing. In the case of Multilink PPP I sent an AT command prior to dialing. For a bonded call, I simply set the rate multiplier before dialing. All of these are features of the Terminal Adapter, and you'll have to check your manuals for the information that is specific to your TA.

As far as the Linux end goes, all you have to do is to get the program making the call to send the appropriate AT commands to the TA prior to dialing.
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