Before Dial-Up Networking/Remote Access Service can be used, you need to setup/configure your modem: In the “Control-Panel“, start “Modem“:
|If there is not yet a modem defined,|
the system will display the dialog:
“Install New Modem”.
Let the system work out itself,
where and which modem is
installed, so just: “Next“
|The system should find your modem.|
If the type is not identified properly,
you have the option to “Change” it
to manually pick your modem type
or to use “Have Disk” to load the
Modem-Definition file from the
floppy, delivered with your modem
(if it is a new type, yet unknown
to this release of NT).
Then, select “Next“
|If you install a modem the first time|
on your system, you will be asked
to define your Country, Area-code
then, you are “Finished“.
|To check the settings for the modem,|
select in the “Control-Panel” the
“Modem” applet, which calls up
Your Modem is now ready for use.
|Modem Inactivity Timeout|
Installation of Dial-Up Networking