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How to setup auto-replication using a Net Dialup RAS connection?

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Please instuct me as to how to set up a RAS connection Network Dialup so that my notes client will perform a scheduled replication.
If I use a modem connection in my connection document I can get the telephone icon "call and hangup" to appear on my replicator page, but when I use NetworkDialup no phone appears and consequently no call is made.
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