Based on Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) RFC 1990, MPPP supports the linking, or bonding, of multiple links between systems to increase the available bandwidth. MPPP applications include narrowband ISDN (N-ISDN) and analog modem connections. See also AODI, bonding, IETF, modem, and N-ISDN.
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(MultiLink PPP) An extension to the point-to-point protocol that enables two channels to be linked together to double the throughput. It is used for ISDN transmission and channel bonding. See PPP, ISDN and channel bonding.