Re: analog MPP through phone lines
Randy Martin ( email@example.com )
Thu, 26 Jun 1997 18:44:09 -0500
At 04:39 PM 6/26/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Has anyone had any experience in setting up a connection to use two
>standard analog modems from a Win95 system connecting over telephone
>lines to connect to a MAX4000 and bond to a single IP address? We are
>using Ascend MAX4000 boxes here on our end, so I assume doing so would
>involve getting the modems to act as a 2 channel MPP connection (much
>like 128k ISDN). We have expiremented with Midpoint Companion software
>without much luck. Also of interest would be any companies
>manufacturing any dual-channel analog modems that support MPP (not
>properitary methods). I understand doing such a multiple modem
>connection to distribute the bandwidth can be done, just am having
>trouble finding a way to do it.
You need either NT4 or the Memphis version of Win95 (Win97??). Dial-up
networking supports multi-link connections with any number or combination
of devices. I have connected to a 4004 with 2 B-channels plus a 28.8 Modem
for an aggregate bandwidth of 154.4K (the modem connection was 26400).
Worked like a champ. No special equipment or software needed.
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