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Old 04-30-2001, 02:08 PM   #1
clobocar
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I have the following situation:

User 1 is subscriber of ISP A
User 2 is subscriber of ISP B

Both use a dial-up connection under Windows, to get'em logged to the Internet.

Problem:

I have one 586 computer with a Multiserial board attached, and each port has a External Modem. User 1 allways dials to port 1 and user 2 allways dials to port 2. The computer has a DSL connection to ISP C.

I need to do configure the computer to receive calls from user 1 and user 2, as if they were dialed to their ISP.

I want to user LRP in my 586 computer.

Is there a way to answers calls for user A and B?
What do I need to configure to send the packages from User 1 (at port 1) to ISP A to authenticate his connection, as if he has dialed up to ISP A.

Any helps will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

JC Clobocar
 
  


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