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how do I get to my account from home ?
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by:JYoungman
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Dial in to your ISP.

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by:rickyr
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Is your Office on the Internet????
otherwise dial direct into your server with your PC using Hyperterminal or similar.
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This is for HP-UX environment :

In your HP server : if you have a mux panel (MDP/DDP) setup a port as a modem port using SAM. You will have the option to specify the speed of your modem in the SAM menu.

Connect your modem to the port you have configured. (a different modem-to-mux cable is required). Connect the phone line to this modem. Try to call this number from another phone. If you hear the hand-shaking proceed to the following.

Bring up hyper-terminal and dial the number. After hand-shaking should get the "Connect 9600" (for example). Press enter and you'll get the login prompt.

If your server does not come with mux-panel , you still can use the modem-port at the back of 1 of the SCSI card. (assistance from engineer to install the card).

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