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Old 02-14-2004, 12:38 PM   #1
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ISDN multiple lines


im a newbie, got Redhat 2 weeks ago, managed to run ISDN+Internet Sharing+ Boinc

but now i have to do the thing i installed Linux really for

But i dont find HOWTOs for it

I want to dial in both ISDN lines the exact same time ( or with some ms delay)

But not that "KanalbŁndelung" (dont know the english word for it) which windows is also able to make ( both lines, one Provider and then get one 128 Kbits line)

I need it for my austrian ISDN-Flat Rate(the only real one here ) , where you only can dial in with one line (official), but with two windows PCs, two modems and quite exact dialin at the same second you get in twice and can use 2* 64 Kbit

now i want to have both lines dialed in with one PC ( Linux because of that)

Anyone ideas how to manage that ? HOWTOs ?

sorry for my bad english and sorry for not helping myself with google, tried but didnt work
Old 02-24-2004, 06:39 PM   #2
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Unfortunately I can help you in just one point:

The english expression for "Kanalbuendelung" is channel bundling.




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