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    Default can we use same connection at 2 place ?

    if i use same Bsnl broadband connection (256kbps) with same username and password at 2 different place with two different phone number in same city then then speed will be divided ,or not ?

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    No comments. Is it legal? How BSNL assigning ports to each BB connection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitendra.gamer View Post
    if i use same Bsnl broadband connection (256kbps) with same username and password at 2 different place with two different phone number in same city then then speed will be divided ,or not ?
    Well u will not be able to use the connection at two different places and that too at the same time. All BSNL connections are port-binded. Means the username/password is bound to the specific telephone line. Hence sharing the account credentials may not work.

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    No u cant bcoz of port binding. It was possible earlier & i have tried it even.

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    i'm using same connection at 2 place i just want to know speed will be divided ,or not ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitendra.gamer View Post
    i'm using same connection at 2 place i just want to know speed will be divided ,or not ?
    U mean to say that u are using a multi-user connection? The speed will be dependent upon the task at hand. If u are downloading while the other person is idle, then u will be given more of the available bandwidth.


    If u are using the account illegally, then they might bill u for all the transfers incurred by u.

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    I don't think u can coz the BSNL net connections r offered on one telephone line so if u can manage to divide the line then may be u can achieve ur goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crusader002 View Post
    I don't think u can coz the BSNL net connections r offered on one telephone line so if u can manage to divide the line then may be u can achieve ur goal.
    How can we divide a single line? Its possible, but BSNL broadband doesnt work with parallel connections (like the one which u mentioned) !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post
    How can we divide a single line? Its possible, but BSNL broadband doesnt work with parallel connections (like the one which u mentioned) !!
    Yes. How can you connect twice with same user name and password. The bandwidth is reserved for single user session only. Untill that session ends no way to connect with same username.
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    i can connect same username password at 2 different place anytime.port binding is not applied in my city yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitendra.gamer View Post
    i can connect same username password at 2 different place anytime.port binding is not applied in my city yet
    Well it will be applied shortly on the connection. Until then enjoy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by crusader002 View Post
    I don't think u can coz the BSNL net connections r offered on one telephone line so if u can manage to divide the line then may be u can achieve ur goal.
    yes dividing the line (your modem splitter does the same) is possible but you get shared bandwidth.

    Quote Originally Posted by thats_me View Post
    Yes. How can you connect twice with same user name and password. The bandwidth is reserved for single user session only. Untill that session ends no way to connect with same username.
    To do this set your 1st router in pppoe mode & allow it to connect fully. Now switch on your 2nd router in bridge mode. You are done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaganathsamal View Post
    yes dividing the line (your modem splitter does the same) is possible but you get shared bandwidth.
    Modem splitter is used to split the low frequency and high frequency signals in the telephone cable.

    Suppose i split a given telephone line. And connect two modems into each of it. Now please tell me how will i establish the connection simultaneously in both the modems? When connection is established with the help of modem1, and when we try to dial the connection from modem2, it will state an error 691.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post
    Modem splitter is used to split the low frequency and high frequency signals in the telephone cable.

    Suppose i split a given telephone line. And connect two modems into each of it. Now please tell me how will i establish the connection simultaneously in both the modems? When connection is established with the help of modem1, and when we try to dial the connection from modem2, it will state an error 691.
    dont dial the connection in modem2, set it in a bridge mode & allow it to acquire i.p.address from the server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaganathsamal View Post
    dont dial the connection in modem2, set it in a bridge mode & allow it to acquire i.p.address from the server.
    Yes u said it right. We will not be able to connect the second modem because the connection has already been established in the line by the first modem.

    Am unsure about the bridge mode and DHCP method mentioned by u, though

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    Can anyone know how the account is binded, I mean the account is binded with the Port number or with the somthing other things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indranil View Post
    Can anyone know how the account is binded, I mean the account is binded with the Port number or with the somthing other things.
    The NIB officials might know the exact details. Else we can test it by ourselves

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    Well, when the BB service was launched in 2005. I was able to use same user id on 3 computers


    but after some time, it stopped!
    Now, post broadband ports are port binded to telephone.

    Atmost, you can opt for Multi user plan

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    In some case when requests are made the port binding restrictions can be removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitendra.gamer View Post
    if i use same Bsnl broadband connection (256kbps) with same username and password at 2 different place with two different phone number in same city then then speed will be divided ,or not ?
    * First of all it's totally illegal any one should connect from valid line(BB against which number)

    *Now may be it will not possible to connect from other line because of port forwarding method also.

    *I can't understand that division of speed matter because if anyone connect in using one user id then another user probably can't able to connect with same user id. He/she will get error.

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    @Jitendra.gamer.
    Thread starter at Post 1.
    if i use same Bsnl broadband connection (256kbps) with same username and password at 2 different place with two different phone number in same city then then speed will be divided ,or not ?
    . Speed reducing/sharing does not arise.
    You will get only one connection active at a time,
    ( accepting the statement that you can use your ID/PW from any telephone number in Bikaner.
    Or you get a message "customer is busy" Please wait !?"
    Para two;
    ONLY with Sancharnet Internet slow speed using 56Kbps modem by dialing 172222 ( mostly) you can connect to Internet from ANY BSNL phone in India.

    A NETONE connection ( same as above) cannot be used
    in same fashion. ONLY particular Phone Number is user ID.

    You call person C on Phone Number 1234 (person A)
    and another (B) calls C from Phone number 1256
    all of you can talk to each other ( conference mode
    possible not in India .),
    Your BB connection/usage also possible.
    from more than, say N ( no limit ) phone lines with single user ID and password at the same time !!!!!
    Of course the bill for usage will be paid by you.
    Better keep your UserId and Password TOP secret !

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    no the same connection cannot be used from 2 places simultaneously. only one will be active at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post
    The NIB officials might know the exact details. Else we can test it by ourselves
    Yea, this is true

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