How to set windows 9x into listening mode.

How to set windows 9x into listening mode(waiting for dial-up request) for external dial-up networking?
will this be possible? will a 3rd party program needed?
can windows 9x accept multiple dial-up connection using the same phone line?
please state any addictional information if needed as more point will be given
thank you!
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CityHunterAuthor Commented:
Adjusted points to 75
You need the Dial-Up Server from the Plus! pack.
What do you mean by "multiple dial-up connection?".
You can have only one user loggod on on one phone line.
You can also find the Dial-Up server in MSDUN13, the free Dial-Up networking upgrade, just download it from Microsoft's web site.
There is a diff here..

w95 needs the DUN server from the plus pack or the Dialup upgrade (which is a better choise since it is newer)

w98 has the DUN server built in. (just install it)

neither 95 or 98 supports more then ONE DUN access node.

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