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Re: [TCLUG:4244] Using Two Modems...
It should be do-able. You would set it up as a single device, then
masquerade over that. Check out /usr/src/linux/drivers/net/README.eql on
your Linux box. That readme file is pretty verbose. It's from 1995.
It's probably a lot easier these days.
Let us know how it works out.
On Fri, 19 Feb 1999, Chad C. Walstrom wrote:
> In the pursuit of high-speed connectivity options where ISDN and DSL
> lines are not available, I've settled in on the idea of using two
> modems in tandem.
> We are sending WinNT machines and a few Win95 out to two of our
> satellite offices, each office needing LAN connectivity to the
> internet. I know WinNT supports "multi-link" natively, and I may be
> able to find a proxy software to use as well. However, I've been
> presented with the option to use Linux on a couple 486 boxes, as I had
> suggested at one point to my boss.
> What I'd like to know is whether or not Linux will support IP
> Masquerading over two modems in a "shared bandwidth" mode. Anyone
> know where I could find out?