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how  to disconect when im on line

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when someone calls it makes it hard to get threw how do i make it so i disconnect when someone calls(using win95)?
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by:thresher_shark
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1 point for a question the requires quit a bit of "technical know-how?" :-)
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by:thresher_shark
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I see the problem, you signed up, but them used your points a touch too fast...
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by:bushhead
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for a pretty good discussion, look at this question.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10082222

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If you have call waiting, you will automatically be cut off when someone calls in, and you
can disable call waiting by putting "*70" or "#70" or "1170" in front of your ISP's phone number when you dial them.  If you don't have call waiting, you won't even know they are
calling, because they will get a busy signal.

Perhaps the best answer is to get a separate phone line for your modem calls, then you
can use the voice line as much as you want, while you are online.
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by:bushhead
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that's amazing singleton, how on earth did you know where in the world outlaw stays? :) in my part of the country it's #21#, and i know in another country it's *25*, so i'm sorta wondering how you got to that conclusion so quickly.

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by:thresher_shark
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bushhead is correct, the sequence of numbers varies depending on your locale.
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by:singleton
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I stand corrected.  Contact your local telephone company to determine the code for turning off call waiting on a one time basis.  I know that *70 or 1170 works here and in two other parts of the country that I have been in, but perhaps it is not universal.
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i have *70 but it aint the problem

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