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Disconecting From Internet

Posted on 1998-09-21
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Is there any other way besides Call Waiting or another line to disconect me from the internet when there is an icoming call?
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No.
Without "call-waiting", the second caller gets a "busy" signal.
With "call-waiting" and a US Robotics modem,
add 'S10=1' to the 'AT' modem-initialization string,
so that the "alert" breaks-in to the current connection,
and causes a "hang-up".

Yes.
In some areas, the telephone-company, for a monthly-fee,
will send you, over the Internet, notification that you
have a second incoming call.  Check with your local TELCO.

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