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decx
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join:2002-06-07
Vancouver, BC
reply to NewBellUser

Re: Does Bell allow Dual Login?

Interesting, it must be quite a recent change (last few months?). Not long ago 2 or more PPPoE sessions were possible.



Rtfaup

@74.198.164.x

It's against the acceptable use policy, thought i don't think they monitor this if its from the same DSL line.



DKS
Damn Kidney Stones
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Owen Sound, ON
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said by Rtfaup :

It's against the acceptable use policy, thought i don't think they monitor this if its from the same DSL line.

It will also split your speed in half.
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noemails

@bell.ca

wrong



DKS
Damn Kidney Stones
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Owen Sound, ON
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said by noemails :

wrong

Last time I tried it that's what happened. Whatever.
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noemails

@bell.ca

tried what two computers on the same router dont mean half speed. maybe if your both torrenting or streaming but two ocmputers doesnt mean half speed i have 4 computers onhline and its reasonable with everyone online on a bell 25 connecction



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said by noemails :

tried what two computers on the same router dont mean half speed. maybe if your both torrenting or streaming but two ocmputers doesnt mean half speed i have 4 computers onhline and its reasonable with everyone online on a bell 25 connecction

This has nothing do with multiple computers plugged into a single router.

decx
Premium
join:2002-06-07
Vancouver, BC
reply to DKS

said by DKS:

said by Rtfaup :

It's against the acceptable use policy, thought i don't think they monitor this if its from the same DSL line.

It will also split your speed in half.

Well it doesn't split your speed in half. All it does it that both PPPoE connection shares the bandwidth allocated for the line. Each just uses what is available.