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Standard User rosspaul
(member) Wed 01-Oct-14 17:50:03
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2 modems on 1 connection


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Dont know if this would work.

My existing modem is connected via a cat5 cable to the rear of my BT faceplate.
What would happen if I connected another modem to the front of the face plate using a RJ11 plug?
Would I get 2 connections on 2 IP addresses?

Thanks

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Standard User fredfox
(experienced) Wed 01-Oct-14 17:55:03
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Re: 2 modems on 1 connection


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No - this will not work. I'm not sure you'd even get one connection with two modems trying to get sync.

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Standard User Zarjaz
(knowledge is power) Wed 01-Oct-14 18:10:38
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Re: 2 modems on 1 connection


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Exactly, it just wouldn't work.


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Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Wed 01-Oct-14 18:58:21
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Re: 2 modems on 1 connection


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What are you trying to do?


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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Wed 01-Oct-14 19:06:22
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Re: 2 modems on 1 connection


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Skypelfies?

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