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    Anyone know of any multilinking software that will allow linking two modems when an ISP doesn't support multilink, such as Midpoints that will work in XP? Or is there a way to add a second dialup adapter (such a vpn) in XP to allow Midpoint to work?
    This 28,800 is killing me.:(

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    • #3
      Have ya tried a search thru or ? :?:


      • #4
        Yes, but nothing that worked in xp. Thanks tho.:)


        • #5
          You might be well aware of this, but you might try investing in a top notch phone cord.

          My parents live in a rural area in the US, and we were convinced the phone service just needed to be upgraded when we were only connecting at 26600... I heard that good phone wires can increase performace alot, and although skeptical I eventually got a hold of one and hooked it up, and now they connect at 37333... quite a difference.......

          Mine is a CAT5e (E means enhanced) , but I hear that regualr cat5 works just as well.

          If you are using a factory made 4 wire 'flat' phone cable, I would definatly look for a replacement.


          • #6
            good suggestion zeradul. I had to do that at work to get our fax machine to stop crapping on itself


            • #7
              I was tempted to do something like this a couple years ago. But now with all the various broadband connections available, I'm not going to bother.
              Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
              Managing Director
              Tweak Town Pty Ltd


              • #8
                Thanks guys. No one within 20 miles of me can get better than 28800. I'm still looking.;)