I have Kyocera 2235 phone which is using Verizon's CDMA 1x RTT network. It is connected to Windows 2000 server notebook by USB cable.
I can dial out to the Internet using the phone. But I could not get Windows 2000 RAS server to work with this phone to accept incoming data calls.
I setup the phone to work for incoming data calls only but it did not help. RAS server can see the port but it gives error inside the "EventView" saying that such port is not usable with RAS. .
My questions are:
1. Is CDMA circuit-switched-data mobile-originated only or we can actually establish mobile-terminated CDMA circuit-switched-data ?
2. Does anyone know how I can get RAS server (or any other DialIn server) to work with (any) CDMA phone so that I can dial into my notebook by calling this CDMA phone number?
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