Re: PM2, Cisco and Multi-link PPP

Kevin Ingram ( (no email) )
Tue, 28 Jul 1998 07:09:52 -0500

Wow, aren't spell checkers fun! That "sunbathing" in my original message was
originally "subnetting". : )

Kevin Ingram

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Ingram <>
To: <>
Date: Tuesday, July 28, 1998 7:00 AM
Subject: Re: PM2, Cisco and Multi-link PPP

>There is actually quite a wealth of information on the Internet about it...
>if you do a search for various topics (TCP/IP sunbathing, networking, etc)
>and sort through it you will probably find all your answers.
>Kevin Ingram
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dan Waldron <>
>To: <>
>Date: Tuesday, July 28, 1998 12:54 AM
>Subject: Re: PM2, Cisco and Multi-link PPP
>>Thanks for that Dale! :-) Can anybody recommend any good books on
>>and routing? I found TCP/IP for Dummies quite useful, but er, limited in
>>it's scope!
>>Dan Waldron
>>Diversified Data
>>Ph: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
>>Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Dale E. Reed Jr. <>
>>To: <>
>>Date: Tuesday, 28 July 1998 11:34
>>Subject: Re: PM2, Cisco and Multi-link PPP
>>>Dan Waldron wrote:
>>>> After a lot of drama, we found that apparently the Multilink in NT was
>>>> compatible with a PM2. It cost me $220 for M$ to answer this question
>>>> course!
>>>Next time just ask Me and I will only charge you $100. :) The PM2
>>>used a line load blancing thing (sorta a round robin) where it assumes
>>>and interfaces are the same speed and capacity. This is compatable
>>>with a a linux hack of the same name. A buffer limitation of the PM2
>>>doesn't allow it to do MLPPP on the sync ports. The PM3 however can
>>>do MLPPP on an async connection.
>>>Dale E. Reed Jr. (
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