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Access to modem and IP network at the same time.
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Mar 30, 2001, 04:37 AM
Someone has just said that they can't have access to their ISP via the modem, and still be connected to their local IP network. I can't try this at the moment as I have no access to a Mac, so I thought I might get a quick definitive answer here.


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Mar 30, 2001, 11:18 AM
Sure you can (if I understand what you are asking). I do it with the help of IPNetRouter. In fact, I am accessing another Mac (AppleTalk), a PC (using Dave) and surfing on the net, simultaneously

And I imagine there are other ways to do this.
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