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Is it possible to dial up using a modemon another pc in the network? How?
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With Wiondows NT and RRAS or Windows 95 and Wingate yes!
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I have one Windows 98 machine with a modem, and one NT machine and one Windows 98 machine w/out modems. They are joined by a hub. RRAS and Wingate are sofware packages I presume. Where are they available?
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RRAS is at http://www.microsoft.com/ Wingate I don't know. The best way would be to install your modem at the NT machine since RRAS works great.
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