ISDN Dialup for Remote Access

Do anyone know how to set the ISDN Modem to bring up terminal after dialing?  This option was available in Windows 95 in the in dialup property, click on Configure & the option tab. Windows 98 that not have this option  for ISDN modem, but it is available for regular Modem. In order for me to have remote access, I need to bring up the terminal to get access.
vctsangAsked:
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altalinguaConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I would check for a newer driver from 3com. It sounds like there is a disconnect (no pun intended) between the modem's capabilities and what Win98 is letting you do with the modem.
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JBURGHARDTCommented:
Can you use script instead of terminal?
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vctsangAuthor Commented:
I don't know.  I never use a script before.  Can you explain & give me some example of using a script instead of the terminal.  

Thx...
-VT
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altalinguaCommented:
I have an ISDN modem running under Win98, and it does in fact have the option for
bringing up terminal window after dialing. What do or don't you see on your options
screen for that modem? How did you add it to Windows?
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vctsangAuthor Commented:
I use a 3Com sportster modem.  When I click on configure in Dial-up property, I only have the option of connecting at 56k or 64K, it only have one tab, In my regular Modem I do  have 3 tabs and one of the tab is Options.  When I use Win95 with the accelator pack dial-up installed from 3com, I do see that option tab in configure. The reason I don't install the accelator pack in win98 is becasue it cause problems and it specify just for win95 only.  I am thinking it might have something to do with the accelator pack, since you do show that option in your ISDN modem.  What you think?

Thx....
-VT
 
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