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Controlling Modems on a different server

By greg.gotcher ·
I have a windows 2000 terminal server that I would like to have access an eight pool modem on another server. Currently the modem pool is running windows NT, however I can upgrade to win 2000 if that helps. Can anyone tell me how to do this. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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by sgotero In reply to Controlling Modems on a d ...

If you want to update the NT to 2000, just put a Windows 2000 server CD and when it start autorun put update option, it works perfectly. It keeps all configuirations without problem.
Hope it helps you.

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by McKayTech In reply to Controlling Modems on a d ...

Your options are going to depend on your modem pool (it would be helpful to have make and model) and the software driving it.

SpartaCom has a product called Modem Pooling for Terminal Server that sounds like it would work and the published specifications say it will work on either NT or Windows2000.
You can get the scoop at www.spartacom.com.

A product like ModemShare Millenium might also work and supports up to 8 modems, but I'm not sure that the client piece will run properly under Terminal Services. Theoretically, it should but I can't give you a real-world answer as to whether it does because I haven't used it.

paul

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