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Old 04-11-2003, 05:54 PM   #1
MadLee
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Question Multiple Internet connections (Broadband and Dial up)


Hi Folks!

I am currently running MDK 9.1.

I have a nice broadband connection which works fine.
However I have a Conexant V90 Dial up modem which I used to use in Win2000 to connect to my web site host.
Is it possible to have both the Broadband and Dial up connections set up in Linux.
I have tried the MDK 9.1 Control center, however I am not sure how to proceed in order to get both connections available.
In Win2000 it was a simple case of adding another connection.
It there such a feature in Linux?

Please advise,

Cheers then!
 
  


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