DIP and Two Dial-ups

DIP and Two Dial-ups

Post by Dave Nutta » Fri, 20 Sep 1996 04:00:00

I'd like to be able to use two modems to connect to the ISP and
assign each modem to a separate network, so that Network0 uses Modem0
and Network1 uses Modem1.

I've got the networks configured and the modems both dial.
However, when I use DIP to connect both modems at the same time
the resulting "default" route sends everything over one or the other
but not separated as I'd like them to be.

Any thoughts on how to fix this would be greatly appreciated.

Dave Nuttall

San Antonio, TX


1. 2.3 -> 2.7 via Dial-up (Re: CVS over 'dropping' dial-ups)

You are better off borrowing/buying/stealing a CD and loading a fresh 2.7
From what I've heard, there are issues with upgrading via CVS.  Plus, it's
Trust me. If you don't have the cash (US $30, I believe) you could probably
somebody to copy their 2.7 CD for you (hint,hint).  Of course, buying the CD
OBSD 2.8 and higher a possibility, which is a Good Thing.

Good luck.

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