Multi modem use.

  Batch 17:02 26 Feb 2006

You should be able to use the dial-up when your broadband is not available.

Likewise, you can plug the USB modem into other PCs and do the set-up on each on these and connect to your braodband service (and, of course, also use the dial-ups on these if you prefer).

You'll also be able to concurrently use broadband on one of the PCs and dial-up on another PC.

However, the best soultion would be to get a broadband modem router (supporting wireless if necessary) and then all the PCs could access the same broadband connection simultaneously, or (one of them) could use dial-up at the same time as other are using broadband (but can't really see why you'd want to do this).

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