I know this question isn't exactly ".linux.networking", but I hoped someone
with an answer might be reading this group.
I have a Linux box at work configured as a PPP server which calls
people back when they dial in from home. If the remote machine is
running Linux as well, the whole connection process works nicely
with the "callback" version of the "ppp-on-dialer" script.
Dialling in from Windows 95 also works, except that I haven't found any
way to make Windows 95 accept the callback. Although various connect
scripting facilities are available, none of these work because as soon
as the remote modem disconnects to do the callback, the Windows Dial Up
Networking connect process aborts.
It feels like this should be an easy problem to solve, but I'm out of ideas.
Can anyone help?
Dr. Jim Donnett VE3LXS/G0MVY
Dept. of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
University College London
Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT, U.K.
phone : +44-171-419-3393
FAX : +44-171-391-1306