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MLPPP Dialup

I am in a situation where I'll have to connect an office to the Internet in a rural area for about 2-months. DSL/Cable is not an option, and a full T1 is about 2-months from being installed.

I can get 6 dial up lines quickly, but I'm not sure the best way to use them. I'm looking at picking up a NM-8AM and put it in a 2600 to get us through this issue, but was trying to figure out if I could do MLPPP with 6 33.6Kbps dial-up lines.

Is this a possiblilty? I'm sure that I can get the ISP to work with me on this, but was wanting to make sure that this would work.

Thanks.

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Re: MLPPP Dialup

Async MP can be used to connect remote clients at a greater speed than is available through a single analog connection. In Async MP, the remote client uses multiple modems, and therefore multiple phone lines, to dial in to the central router and access the network.Refer URL

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/tech/tk801/tk36/technologies_configuration_example09186a008009455c.shtml#table1

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Re: MLPPP Dialup

Async MP can be used to connect remote clients at a greater speed than is available through a single analog connection. In Async MP, the remote client uses multiple modems, and therefore multiple phone lines, to dial in to the central router and access the network.Refer URL

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/tech/tk801/tk36/technologies_configuration_example09186a008009455c.shtml#table1

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Re: MLPPP Dialup

Thanks,

That was what I was looking for.

In this case, fortunately I found that I could, in fact, get cable access, so I won't have to deal with this.

Thanks again.

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