DSL & Dial-Up Connection
Posted on 2004-04-20
I recently upgraded to WinXp from Win98.
I have 2 Internet connections a DSL (PPPOE) and a dial-up connection.
Before upgrading, I was able to use my DSL connection and my dial-up connection at the same time and on the same PC
After upgrading to WinXP I set up my DSL connection and it works fine. But when I try to connect my dial-up connection it doesn't work. The Error message says my modem not detected.
I'm using an Exterior Courier Everything for my dial-up and a D-LINK DSL 3001 for the other.
I even tried deleting my DSL connection to see if the dial-up would work. And it works fine as long as the DSL isn't installed.
The only thing that seems to be different from Win98 is that I don't use a CD to install the DSL. My ISP said WinXP doesn't need it.
Once WinXP installs the DSL connection, it's described as a WAN miniport (PPPOE).
So I'm assuming this WAN could be the problem.
Can anyone please suggest how I can set both these connections up using WinXP.