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Ok, for personal reasons, i need to know how to access my modem terminal so i can dial from my modem (for personal reasons) not to talk, but i need to know how to access the terminal
hyperterminal is NOT what i mean, i just would like to know how to access my terminal
thnx lots
J-Man
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by:Jakkk
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by:demonpc
ID: 1146027
are you using Windows 95 for an operating system? to the best of my knowldege you have terminal in WIn95 only if you used the upgrade from 3.xx If you stsarted with WIN95 you have hyperterminal.. which has essentially the same functions as terminal
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by:Jakkk
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ok, yes i am using Win95,

for my hacking career, i can't use hyperterminal.

all the txt files i read say dial from terminal, from hyperterminal, i don't get the same commands, etc.

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by:Jakkk
ID: 1146029
is there a dos based modem dial program that i don't have (or maybe do have that i don't know about?)
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by:sfavre
ID: 1146030
To access to your modem with hyperterminal,

create a new profile where you don't use the modem but
you access directly to the port com. ( when you choose the
modem, go down in the list you must have something as
direct access to COM1, etc ).

You must have a emulator , or you must program it

open the port
write the sequence
wait the answer with a read.
etc.

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by:siabod
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hi JAKKK
try TELIX or PROCOM

Greetz
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by:Jakkk
ID: 1146032
that helps some so i can't give you 0 credit
thnx


HI SIABOD

TELIX?
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csprague earned 30 total points
ID: 1146033
go to www.delta.com (DeltaComm Technologies) and download a two-file long program (1.44M each file) called Telix for Windows v1.15. This program allows you to TELNET to any port 23 telnet server and will allow you to use your windows comfigured modem to dial out to other terminals. This is much like HyperTerminal only with ANSI Emulation capabilities and various scripting avenues... if you want to 'hack' you can write a script to dial every number from XXX-0000 to YYY-0000, for example. (Also supports VT100). Get it, i think it's what you are looking for.

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