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Dial up networking without an adaptor??

By manjinder.gill ·
we have a customer who has WindowsNT RAS server with as ISDN adaptor.

we want to setup client PC's in our office to log onto the customers domain and then be able to access other PC's on the network with PCAnywhere

Trouble is, we do not haveISDN adaptors in each PC. If we did, we would configure dial up networking to use the adaptor.

instead, we have a router on our LAN which can be used to dial into the remote site (router is default gateway on each PC)

how can we configure dialup networking to use the router on the LAN as it is not a device directly attached to the PC?

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by eBob In reply to Dial up networking withou ...

In this case, I don't think you would do it that way. It would not be the PC's doing the dialing, but the router. The router would make the physical connection between the 2 networks based on some trigger you would setup in the router's config.

Then the users would need to login to the remote network, in a separate step.

Or, if you both have NT domains, you can establish the necessary trusts between the domains so that the users in your domain can access the required resources in the other.

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by curlergirl In reply to Dial up networking withou ...

You cannot configure dial-up networking to use a router as a modem. By definition, dial-up networking takes single-user access of any modem it uses, which you can't do with a router. You have to either have a separate modem, or if both of your systems are on the Internet, then you can use pcAnywhere over the Internet.

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