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Date:      Fri, 1 Nov 1996 08:26:34 -0500 (EST)
From:      Vlad Markov <bdqjl43@server4.bell-atl.com>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Cc:        vmarkov@server4
Subject:   Internal US Robotics Internal Courier I ISDN Modem
Message-ID:  <ML-1.3.2.846854794.1183.bdqjl43@is050701.bell-atl.com>

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My company is supplying me with an Internal Courier I internal ISDN modem. The
computer to which I intend on adding this modem runs freeBSD 2.1.5. I intend on
putting this modem on the fourth serial port. On the second serial port is a
14.4 data/fax modem which I have been using for years now to connect to both
work and my service provider using user PPP.

My first question is can this set up work. I wish to use the modem on the
second port to connect with my ISP and the ISDN modem on the fourth port to
connect to work.

I see questions about ISDN throughput on this list. Will I be able to
significantly improve my throughput when the ISDN modem connects to work and
bonds both ISDN channels. Are there any drivers I need for freeBSD?



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