Modem pooling may be used in this scenario. Modem pooling allows service providers to define, select, and use separate pools of modems within a single access server or router to provide different dial-in services. Modem allocation is based on the dialed number identification service (DNIS) and a predetermined number of modem ports based on DNIS.
There are a number of applications for using the call set up information, including DNIS/ANI, processing incoming call requests with CallerID, and selecting services to setup "automatically" for specified calls. These uses generally fall into two categories, those requiring allocation of a specific number of modems for a specific service, and those requiring allocation of specific physical modems.
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