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Psion Dacom Gold card Global 56k compatability

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I wish to purchase a new external modem for our RAS NT server so that our laptops using Psion Dacom Gold cards can connect at 56k.  Any ideas which type of modem (makes if possible) I should get?  What is the best way of setting this up in NT4.0 and RAS?

Any help much appreciated.
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what you need to find out is whether the cards in the laptops are U.S. Robotics, or Hayes compatible.  The answer will tell you which direction to go.


Good Luck,

Jeff
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The card is Hayes compatible - thanks for your help
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