RAS autodialer

Posted on 2003-02-24
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2012-05-04
Hi, I need an application that will autodial in a lot of different POPs. This is what I need this app to do:

-Connect and authenticate to a POP (point of presence)
-Disconnect from said pop and then dial/auth to another pop.
-Can dial to hundreds of pop sequentially (ideally simulataneously as well but not necessary)
-Compatible with NT/98/2k/XP would be nice but will setlle for any winOS.
-Be relatively inexpensive.

Thanks in advance!
Question by:spacebrain

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drev001 earned 600 total points
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In NT4, 2K and XP you can use the rasdial command from the command line or in a batch file.

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