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I have had very little exposeure to ISDN modems, but now need to set one up on a NT RAS server.

I am using a Netgear ISDN XM128, and it can dial out fine, but it does not accept any incomming calls.

Does anyone know what the problem could be, or if there is a good website that explains the basics of ISDN, and AT commands?
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You may just need to start the Remote Access Server service, it does not start by default.

Start > Settings > Control Panel > services > RAS Server > Start

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Also, make sure that RAS device is configured to receive calls...

Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network > Services > Remote Access Service > Properties > Select Device > Configure > Dial Out and Receive Calls

Nifty site on modem control...
http://www.modems.com/general/extendat.html

This site has modem control commands specific to your Netgear ISDN modem...
http://netgear.baynetworks.com/support/support_xm128na/xm128na.pdf

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