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Old 08-10-2004, 08:24 AM   #1
ispnepal
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isdn dialup


Dear all:

My telecom /isp gave me an isdn link . i have a ISDN modem ie INTRACOM NETMOD USB and it has only the driver/application CD for windoze OS not for linux.

i tried to connect it using serial cable and also USB. the modem is responding using Kppp in KDE under fedora core 1 and also able to dial .. but it is connecting in 64Kbps only . i need to active both channels of ISDN link ie B1 and B2. is it possible with kppp or no. if no what is the easist solution to get both B1 and B2 channel ON and working. do i need to deal with ppp multilink as well?. if anyone can help me with the easy steps it will be a very very good help.


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