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Will midband call bumping woirk with a speedway ISDN card?

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Old July 11th 03, 01:50 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Adam Lipscombe
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Default Will midband call bumping woirk with a speedway ISDN card?


I currently have Home Highway with incoming Satellite. The Sat is rubbish -
the "bandwidth management" software means that dowenloads slow to @ 8k after
15 mins or so.

My HH box is USB enabled but I connect to it via a Speeedway ISDN card. If I
get Midband will the call bumping woprk with the Speedway card or must I
plus in via USB? I prefer to use Speedway 'cos my machine is a development
box and needs all the CPU cycles it can get.

TIA - Adam


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