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Windows 7: Multiple connections


17 Jul 2010   #1

Windows 7
 
 
Multiple connections

Hey Guys,i really need some help on this.I'm trying to multilink two mobile gprs connections(both different providers)on windows 7 one of my mobile connects via usb cable and the other one via bluetooth.In internet options in control panel i have set one connection to connect with two modems(by that i mean that the phone via usb cable and phone via bluetooth must connect at the same time) i have also checked the negotiate multilik option in ppp settings but now when i connect both of my cellphone they can succesfully connect to the internet but after a couple of seconds one of my cellphones disconnect automatically

Please Guys any help is welcome........

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17 Jul 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

The short answer is it can't be done.

Windows will always favour one connection over another, I've actually tried to do the same thing myself in the past.

The only way it can be done is on a Broadband connection (IE through a LAN or Wireless) and even then it doesnt work very well.
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