ISDN to 2 pc's

  jay123 11:19 07 May 03
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Ive been after ADSL for ages, found out this week that even when my exchange is upgraded in july i wont be able to get it, cus i live to far away. Ive had to settle for ISDN.
I want to know how i can conect two pc's to the isdn line through one modem without having to have both pc's on, so not just a network.
I asume i can do this with a router of some sort, but dont know much about that area.
Any help would be welcome.
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  jay123 10:03 09 May 03

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  graham√ 11:01 09 May 03

is answered click here

  jay123 12:37 10 May 03

Thanks for the link but there is nothing on there that helps.
Surely someone has conected two pc's to an isdn line?!
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  graham√ 14:27 10 May 03

But it plainly says in the answer to question 1, you can have a PC plugged into each of the two blue sockets (internal card or terminal adaptor required) and a third in the USB socket. No modem is required. If you only want to use one comp at a time just swap the leads. Note that 'Highway' is ISDN (2 channels) plus an analogue line. I don't think they do a basic ISDN2 these days.

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