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dialup modem connection-win98

Hi all

thanx in advance

i need to connect two remote systems using modem and dailup connection thru telephone line...

i need to connect this daily twice 4 transfering data ( database replication) between them........

but i hav no idea about this.....how i can do this ?.....i am using windows OS..

i think in windows 98 using dialup server i can connect between....but how i will do it?.
also if it is window-xp how can i connect bet them...

pls let me now which option will be the best and cost effective method to hav such an occational dialup connection...

so pls let me know in detail about this ?

rgrds
gafoor
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CrazyOneCommented:
With XP

How to Use the Remote Desktop Feature of Windows XP Professional
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;315328

HOW TO: Gain Access to Local Files by Using a Remote Desktop Connection in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;313292

How to Manage Remote Access to the Registry
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;314837

The Point-to-Point Protocol Dial-Up Sequence
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;315253
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CrazyOneCommented:
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gafoor_mukkamAuthor Commented:
Hi

thank u for a very fast reply...
i will check ur links and let u know.....

but i need to connect without using internet..

just by using modem and telephone line..

is them available in ur links ?

if the OS is win98 then how can i connect them ?

rgrds
gafoor


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CrazyOneCommented:
In that list in my second comment most of them can be used to go to modem to modem and will work on Win98 and XP
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chicagoanCommented:
without additional software: set up RAS

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/rras/rras/about_remote_access_service.asp

on one  side and schedule your copy process which is preceeded by 'rasdial' for the phonebook entry of the ras server.

rasdial will call the ras server and you now have a link
kick off your process
hang up

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/rras/rras/rasdial.asp
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stevenlewisCommented:
Info on the w98 dialup server
http://www.zacker.com/win98/w98chap13.html
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gafoor_mukkamAuthor Commented:
Hi crazyone and chickagoan

i humbly request u to post comments on this issue.
thak u all 4 ur comments...

i don't want to use any third party s/w for connection....

i hav WIN-XP on both sides now and i want to connect the systems without any internet connection....instead, only with dialing the destination number thru modem...

both are standalone systems....i hav gone thru the RAS SERVER process, but i didn't get an idea how to do...so can u pls tell me the steps in detail what i hav to do on both side 4 getting a connection...

i need a connection just like as a client in network, is it possible ?. if yes pls help me by giving the full steps what i hav to do..

i humbly request u to help me on this, bcos i hav no one else to ask and i expect u will help me on this.

with rgrds
gafoor
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chicagoanCommented:
RAS is Microsoft's remote access server. It will answer the telephone line and establish a ppp connection with the caller, just as if you were calling an ISP.
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gafoor_mukkamAuthor Commented:
Hi chicagoan

i am sorry, i cudn't always use internet to post comments on ur comments..so sorry

thank u so much 4 ur help.. sure i can give u points, but i hav few doubts

i gone thru the RAS link u given, it is telling about the RAS API's that can use in programming...
without any programing there is no way to establish a remote connection with RAS on XP ?. if yes pls tell me where and how ?.

i didn't hav experience on working with XP yet. just 4 this issue i changed from win98 to xp.

so pls

regrads
gaf mukkam
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chicagoanCommented:
1st of all, we're all assuming you've got windows 2000 server or server 2003 on one side, is that correct?
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gafoor_mukkamAuthor Commented:

thanx

no. it is not correct. i don't hav win 2000 or win 2003 server .

now i hav windows-xp on both side.

only with windows xp it is not possible ?.

can i use remote desktop connection 4 the same in win-XP?.

if u hav idea on it pls get me .

rgrds


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CrazyOneCommented:
Have you tried this
Control Panel > Network Connections > New Connection Wzard
Select Connect to the network at my place
Click Next
Select Dialup Connection
Click Next
Select Then modem
Click Next
And then follow through with the wizard
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chicagoanCommented:
WIth XP answering the call though, no RAS builtin, no?

Maybe in this case you should be looking at a third party comm application.
zmodem script or somthing like http://www.ab-archive.com/English/programmalle/english7950.htm

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gafoor_mukkamAuthor Commented:
Hi CrazyOne

i think what u said last is the best method for me and i tried it... but i am getting an error message  

'the remote computer is not responding'

it is dailing there but for monitoring the connection request in a port what i hav to do at the remote system ?.

pls tell me about it

regrds
gafoor mukkam

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