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multilinking modems

Posted on 1999-10-16
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Last Modified: 2010-04-13
I would like to know if there is a way to multilink modems using two different user names and passwords?
and if you can't is there any other way to do it

Question by:lihp
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toste earned 600 total points
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NO it can't be done that way.
Channel Bonding dosen't work that anyway.
Here how Channel Bonding works the 1st modem login & get IP Address then the 2nd modem login & Bond to the 1st modem IP Address all so ISDN works the same way to just you know.
They is another way to do multilink but it suck on download
just give you an idea how that way it call modem team
& what it dose wail one modem getting one part of the web page the other 2nd modem getting other the parts of the web page like Pic.
MidPoint Teamer
Sorry there nothing esle out there.
The Best thing to do is to ask your ISP if they support ISDN.

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