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By azizhakim ·
Good Afternoon Exchange 5.5 Gurus.I have started this exchange project.PLEASE NOTE THIS IS STRICTLY A HOME PROJECT FOR STUDIES.Perhaps i am attempting too much but here it goes.I have 2 domain enviroment,trusts have been established.Exchange is up &running although this morning i had to remove wins on both domains & resorted to lmhost for name resolution.The reason being corrupted wins in one domain.the particular domain could not browse its own network,(PDC COULD NOT ACCESS USER MANAGER OR SERVER MANAGER,Although i could ping)everythig is visible now .Installed DNS server,installed IMS on Exchange,pointed to DNS etc.set up smtp on exchange.Just configured clients through outlook express.SMTP mail is ok.I have a proxy server on pdc in second domain(I have dial up right now-SLOW!!)I DOWNLOADED IT FROM analogx.com.My question is
every time any client who needs to go on internet i have to dial out from my server & open analogx application.Is there any way i can configure my outside connection to be enabled through thew client although my modem
is on server.IN ESSENCE COULD ANY CLIENTS TRIGGER SERVER MODEM,kinda like on demand dialing.I do not wish to be linked to isp when client do not need.I certainly hope i made some sense of this question? I will forward more comments after a few replies.Thanx in advance guys-aziz

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by jcox303 In reply to Exchange 5.5 & Remote Con ...

Yes, dial on demand should be set up through proxy, I don't know about analogx, but MS Proxy can be configured for such. Under Web proxy settings in Proxy MMC.

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by azizhakim In reply to Exchange 5.5 & Remote Con ...

Gee,Thanx Mr.,followed your thought & by coincidence my bdc which was online
simultaneously was cut off by my isp or idle timeout(which i can extend through mmc)As i was sending mail it did trigger
serverpdc to dial out.I could not find wher to configure so essentially it is installed by default,(Dial on Demand ie)
Thanx so much.Aziz

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by shmaltz In reply to Exchange 5.5 & Remote Con ...

You start your question with exchange gurus when in fact its a not even an exchange question. This is a netwroking question that has to do with a particular program.

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by azizhakim In reply to Exchange 5.5 & Remote Con ...

Sorry i did get carried away.Realize my error. Thanx Aziz

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by CyberTazer In reply to Exchange 5.5 & Remote Con ...

There is a way to solve your problem that is fairly simple. There is a network applience called the Web Shuttle made by Addonics. I have used it before and it made for a very handy dial on demand solution with very little configuration. YOu can findmore info at http://www.addonics.com/product/webshut.htm
Good Luck!

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by azizhakim In reply to Exchange 5.5 & Remote Con ...

Thanx I received your thought this PM & have not ventured.The reason being winproxy helped resolve.I downloaded the software from your url.Thanx so much.Aziz

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