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modem dialup enquiry

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Dear Sir,

I have 2 x PC in two different sites, both of them are using 56k dialup modem connection.   If I want to connect both sites via PSTN,  shall I setup one PC as Dialin server ?  or both PCs can just be client and dialup each other ?

I am a bit confused on how two sites can connect with each other via PSTN network ?

thx

Eric
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You are correct, you must set up one pc as a dialup server, the other is the client who must dial the number of the line for the 'server' system.
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