i saw a topic earlier about linking two or more modems together to (theoretically) double bandwidth.
a link was given to a program called nat32. nat32 can apparently 'aggregate' two or more connections to give a total bandwidth in excess of 56k/sec
i now have 2 x 56k modems and was wondering if anyone has ever aggregated two or more 56k modems.
it looks awfully hard from what i've seen and i can't find any guides or easy precedents.
if anyone could provide information or links to any guides, it's be very much appreciated.
i am running windows xp home in case that's useful
p.s. i'm from uk and have phoned bt tech support. they have said that although i'm using an analogue 56k phone line, the dax (or dacks?) server can handle more than this.