seting up linux as dail in localonly tcp/novel/NT network

seting up linux as dail in localonly tcp/novel/NT network

Post by Michael Kut » Sat, 22 May 1999 04:00:00

appologize ahead of time for possible posting in wrong newsgroup..

i'm needing info on software for win95 machines that allow "them"
to have MY linux machine dail back to "them"
(like "dial up network adapter" but ANSWERS instead of CALLS)

why? i have "extended area" coverage on phone line and "they" are local
to me and my server but I am long distance.

only other option is to get them to buy a 486, setup linux
and make up a home-made WAN.

keyword: FREE!!!

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