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Using AUX port as an asynchronous port for remote dial-in via modem

By WabukiSensei ·
I'm planning on connecting a dial-in modem to my router's auxiliary port and use it as an asynchronous port so that remote users can dial-in and access the network. I know such connections exist but the problem is, I'm not sure how, configuration-wise, to accomplish this. I'd appreciate any help that would point me in the right direction to get this setup working.

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by WabukiSensei In reply to Here are a couple of link ...

Hey thanks for the reply. Is there anyway to configure it so that users can access the internal network without needing to log on to the router? The reasoning is that the people who will be connecting remotely are end users and not network admins. Sorry if this question sounds noobish, I'm still learning the nuts and bolts of networking.

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