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RAS connection over ISDN login to internetprovider

Posted on 1998-03-15
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To login to my internet provider, password validation takes approx. one minute, to get access to the internet. While a colleaque of mine has almost direct access to the internet within two seconds. Both systems have ISDN connections.
How do I configure Dial up networking RAS (PPP over ISDN). I am using an AVM ISDN card (FRITZ!) and I am working under windows 95.  
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Hi there maarssen ..

i had the same problem once, this was caused by the fact that i added more than one protocol to the dial up connection.
The other protocols caused the delay because of the timeout trying to get them set up
while connecting your isp.

good luck .. eddie
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