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TCP : Select Dial-up connection

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How can I connect with deferent servers with deferent Dialup-connection using TCP component without Clicking on that connection.

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If I have two Dial-up connections one to the server on my university and another in my work I want to select any one of them ( In Delphi ) then make my program establish the connectoin. If I try to do so the Internet connection appear if I try to connect with any server.

Thanks in advance.
Motaz.
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I use Windows 95
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Use dial-up componets in Delphi, there are many on the Internet, the most common one is RAS, you can fin it at Torry's or DSP, or I can mail you one if you heve e-mail.

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My e-mail is motaz1@yahoo.com
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RAS component is sent.

By the way, the component itself has nothing to do with TCP component, that is, no matter what component you are using to implement tcp/ip communication, dial-up networking is the same.
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Thanks very mush... but you say :
>By the way, the component itself has nothing to do with TCP

what that mean and did this component establish the network connection. I need to use TCP component after this connection.

Motaz.
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Is there any help with this component ?

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Is there any help with this component ?

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Of course it establishes TCP/IP connection, and then you can use TCP component after that. What I mean is that you can also use other tcp/ip components as well.

I think the component is easy enough to use, just get a phone book entry of win95 and call connect method. We didn't look for any help and have been using it for years with no problem.
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Thanks Dwwang. I'll use it in my project in the last year of studing computer system in Sudan university.

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