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Not getting the full bps when connecting via RAS

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I have a Multimodem MT1932ZDX capable of 19,200 bps installed on our RAS server.  I am using a Psion Dacom Gold card Global 56k PCMCIA modem to connect to our RAS server but cannot get above 14,400 bps. Any ideas of how to get the full bandwidth?
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The connection speed of 19k2 is mostly vendor dependant, it was never a standard at ITU-T.  Since every vendor created it's own version it is not compatible with other vendors.  You have to use a second multimodem (maybe even the same type) to use that speed.
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Thanks for your advice
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