I need to network 3 to 6 PC's so that they can 1. Share files, 2. exchange data. 3. Exchange messages (local e-mail). The available interconnection medium is standard phone line. I wish to use standard modems. In effect, I'm looking for a "network in a box," similar to LANtastic(tm) but for longer distance (albeit slower) interconnection.
In the message before this edit I said 20nm. That's NM (nautical miles) for those of you who really thought I meant nanometers.... :-)
Without a doubt, I would run NT Server, with a 5 user license (if a 5 user is OK) You sound like your not paying for a per minute charge, so Dial Up Networking is fine. Only Server will let you have more
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