Windows 2000 Getting an Incoming Call
Verify that the checkmark is defined
for the device to allow an incoming
Once the system has accepted an Incoming connection, the icon become
more colorful and it shows the name of the User:
The taskbar will show the Connection icon, and if you place your mouse
cursor for a while on it, it shows the connection Statistics:
|If you have your windows for|
"Network and Dial-up Connections"
open, it will also show the
information for the incoming
Running the "icon" shows
the connection information:
statistics and the possibility to
The network information,
showing the protocol and
the IP-addresses assigned
to both modems.
After Rebooting the Windows 2000 system:
|On Windows NT4, you can define for the|
"Remote Access Services" in "Services"
of the Control-Panel to start AUTOMATIC:
after a reboot, the system accepts incoming
calls without the need for a user login and
any manual operation.
I did not yet locate the equivalent for
After a reboot, the Check-mark on the
device for the Incoming Connection has
disappeared and the modem does NOT
pick-up an incoming call.
You need to place the Check-mark, then OK
to activate for Incoming calls.
Anybody a solution ? Please tell me
using the contact address..
I checked in "Services": "Routing and Remote Access" is running:
When using RRAS on Windows 2000 Server, the modem is activated for incoming calls
after a reboot WITHOUT having to login.
A Frequently Asked Question:
"Can I access from the Server the disk of the Calling System ?"
First condition: the calling system must have "File-and-Printer Sharing"
|When checking on the|
Windows2000 system in
"My Network Places" for
"Computers Near Me",
it will only list the
systems on the network,
but NOT the System
connected via Modem.
|Checking in the|
also does not list
the calling system,
so it is time to
"Search for Computers"
You need to know the
Name of the computer
calling it (not the User