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Old 07-11-2005, 11:33 AM   #1
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Isdn on Kde running on 2 lines

Good afternoon ...too all...being new and always being used to XP...I have an Isdn card..on xp i configured the card to use 2 channels LINE 0 and Line instead of my downloads running at 7 kb/s I get 14kb/s I have figured out how to connect with Kinternet , but only on one line...How would I get both lines running...

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Old 07-12-2005, 07:46 AM   #2
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Just got past this today Namirock. Go to YAST and install package XIBOD. This automatically switches on the second b channel when b1 is maxed out.

I dont know if 9.1 has this also, but in 9.3 when configuring the isdn modem in yast network devices it will tell you on the help panel on the left what the Manual commands for this are too.


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