Quote:> Are you using SupraSonic's software?
No, have not installed it. It has a lot of b/w for connecting and
disconnecting modems, which I'm not interested in. It also has the shotgun
stuff, which was needed before multilink was in win.
Quote:> and/or can it be accessed as 2 separate modems?
Yes. Both modems can be treated separatly in terms of dialing. They use 2
coms and 1 IRQ.
Quote:> Midpoint's download trial is limited to 2 modems,may be a problem?
You may be right.
Quote:> Will MLPPP ISP allow separate logins without MLPPP for experimentation?
Quote:> Thoughts that occur to me...
> I just use stock windows DUN settings for each connection,make sure they
work individually, then mangle as necessary,
Quote:> setting up MidPoint for redial,etc.
Did all that. I can connect independantly twice in win98, but not more.
One of those is a a double modem.
Quote:> I may be reading you wrong, but my setup on 2 lines has 2 systray icons,
one for each DUN, both will flash as midpoint
Quote:> load balances (per connection, not overall as the MLPPP does)
Got that too, but the transfer speed did not indicate 3 modems. One icon
seemed to be doing all the work.
Quote:> From midpoints "display communications activity" view, you should see a
graphical web page load from both DUN
Quote:> connections, with blue/green indication of what line data is arriving on.
> -vs- logging on with Forte Agent to one server, should show just one
connection (assumed on MLPPP)
Maybe I did not spend enough time with it. Tests I did indicated that only
one "link" was takig the load.
Quote:> If MLPPP ISP supports it, and the SupraSonic supports it, set them up as 3
individual modems, and MLPPP all three.
I have a multilink account with one ISP and added another temp account to
same ISP for test, but Midpoint did not combine all the 3 modems under these
circumstances. Mind you the 2 Supras were indicating only one icon. When I
split all three, only two would connect - think it's a win limit.
Quote:> IIRC MLPPP supports 256? modems? and will add bandwidth without the
problems associated with additional software.
Is this on the server side?