Multi-service Access on the narrow-band DDN (Digital Data Network) leased lines to use the bandwidth more efficiently and reduce the cost has attracted much interest. In this paper, one novel multi-service multiplexing scheme based on DTSA (Dynamic Time-Slot Allocation) is given. This scheme can guarantee the QoS of the multiplexed services such as FAX, Voice and data and adapt to different link rates (64kb/s, 128kb/s, 256kb/s), A model is given in this paper to analyze the data behavior under this scheme. The simulation result and the model result have shown that the QoS guarantee to voice and FAX doesn't compromise the QoS of data service much in the meaning of delay and delay variance when the data load is not too high. The simulation result agrees with the model well when data load is not too high.