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Re: Bonded Pipes
From: Joe Shaw <jshaw () insync net>
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 09:36:38 -0500 (CDT)


On Thu, 24 Jul 1997, Scott Landman wrote:

Does anyone out there have any comment on some of the new, bonded pipe
products like the WebRamp M3 or Transendmodem?  From what I understand they
are saying that multiple lines can be aggregated to act as one, virtual
line.

Seems possible, but I haven't looked at the white papers on it.

My question is:  will the ISPs support multiple sessions from the same
account (name/password) without charging N X the number of lines per hour?
If yes, then these like like cheap alternatives to ISDN.  If not, is there
any benefit to aggregating?


From the Trancell documentation I saw, they do seem to indicate that
you'll most likely need one account per channel.  I also know that since
most ISPs make it a part of their acceptable use policy that you only get
one dialin at a time unless your paying for different service, that you
probably won't get away with doing multiple logins for long.  

Joe Shaw - jshaw () insync net
NetAdmin - Insync Internet Services



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