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ISDN card works fine but software can't connect

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I have a ISDN card in my pc with works fine. The ISDN card can connect to a analog line also.  I can dial-up a ntserver via a phonebook entry. But the software program that i want to use wants to connect to a com port. And my ISDN card don't want to use a com port. How can i solve the problem?
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You will have to install some kind of driver that emulates a modem.  These programs are (or should be) available from the ISDN card manufacterer.  What kind of ISDN card do you have ?  And what programs are you running that need a com port.

Look at http://www.cfos.com/  for the functionality that you need.

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I find a program that emulates a modem. This works fine. Thank you for the advice.

Greetings

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