|Posted - 11/20/2003 5:55:12 PM |
Anyone here use mutilink? I have two phone lines,installed an old rockwell modem and this thing is flying.Connecting 60,000 and up.Got it set up on a old 98 machine.Should work good on gaming.Not sure if this will work on V92 connection.
If both your phone lines are capable of V.90 connections (up to 52,000 bps download and 33,600 bps upload for a single connection), then your connection can reach speeds up to 106,000 bps download and 67,200 bps upload.
Done some reg hacks and check the bios and notice that under my harddrive 32 bit ide was disabled.Enabled it and rebooted,did the same for the CDRW,gave a little more life to this machine.
Mutilink setup for XP.
Click on Start --> Connect To .
Right-click your connection connected.
Click on Properties.
Under the General tab, check the boxes next to the modems you wish to use. Check the box next to "All devices dial the same phone number" .
Click the Options tab: In the "Multiple Devices" box, choose "Dial all modems". Windows XP can be configured to use additional devices only when traffic is heavy. You can can configure this by choosing "Dial devices only as needed" instead and then clicking on the configure button.
Click on the Networking tab: Click on the Settings button. "Enable LCP Extensions" should NOT be checked. "Enable Software Compression" should be checked. "Negotiate multi-link for single link connection should be checked.
Click OK and OK again.
Edited by - charles on 11/20/2003 6:07:42 PM
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