|Two networks, one computer: Further to the very useful discussion posted here last year (?), I have a cable modem and an ISDN modem, from two ISPs coming into my residence. I absolutely don't want to give up my 25-year-old email address (business reasons), provided by the ISDN (relatively slow) provider, but I also want to be able to use the Cablevision provider because the download speeds are awesome!|
I have disconnected the ethernet connection from my home network (4 other computers) and am using the WiFi link on a USB adapter. It works, but, because it's the ISDN link, it's relatively slow. Is there any way I can plug my ethernet connection back in for use by my browsers, and direct my Outlook to only access the Wifi link?
Modems are: Cable - Cisco; ISDN - generic modem feeding an Apple Airport Extreme.