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Does the F221m Ericsson modem have a TCP/IP stack?

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Does the F221m Ericsson modem have a TCP/IP stack?
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Reference http://www.powertec.com.au/download/docs/UGF250m.pdf  (3rd party vendor)

The users manual says that any PC used on the drop network requires TCP/IP to be configured in Windows Dial-up Networking. Therefore the Ericsson device must have its own internal stack, otherwise it couldn't talk directly to the PC on the network. Otherwise, why would they require it for the PC?

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sorry typo above, the correct link is

 http://www.powertec.com.au/download/docs/UGF221m.pdf

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sorry i misspoke again - meant to say "must NOT have" - j.m.
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