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Re: Dialup server

You have alot of options:

Linux, hosting PPP with a DigiBoard or RocketPort serial 

SCO or another commercial UNIX with a serial octopus

OS/2, hosting PPP or SLIP with a DigiBoard or RocketPort

MS Win NT (with RAS), hosting PPP or SLIP with a DigiBoard 
or RocketPort

(Livingston communication server with external modems (a lot 
of ISP's use this option)

Shiva communication server (ie Etherswitch with BRI/PRI.  
Shiva wrote RAS and DUN for Win 95 and NT)

The hardware/software is not the expensive part.  The 
installation of business rate phone lines, roll-over service, 800 
(888) hosting charges, and other surprises are what eat up 
your budget from month to month.  With one or two modems, it 
should be relatively painless.

Sean Edwards

On 05/21/98 10:42 PM Mike Camino said...
>I have a question. I am trying to find a dialup server program 
for my server. I
>need to support dial in acsess with something like a isp login 
dialup server. I
>don't know alot about dialin servers so if anyone has a 
simple,easy to
>configure  one it will help alot. Thanks
>Mike Camino