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NT and leased line on modems

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I have a leased line, two USR Couriers, one of them set on my service
provider Cisco router. I need to make a permanent PPP connection from my
Windows NT Server to that Cisco via these two modems
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Question by:Stas Sally
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You can edit modem.inf file in system32\ras directory (for NT3.51) of appropriate .inf file in INF directory for NT4.0 for excluding from dial-up command line any dialing command for your modem. After this you need to set clear text authentication with user existing with dial-in permissions on on remote device.
Based on your question i think this resolve your problem.
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