PC -> Unix network modem integration

PC -> Unix network modem integration

Post by Carl K. Cunningh » Fri, 05 Jan 1996 04:00:00

I'm looking for a product that will allow me to use our SCO system as a
modem/communications server for all the PC's in the network. I'd like to
achieve a similiar kind of functionality as the Netware and OS/2 LanServer
solutions, where the modems are installed on the server, and thanks to either
a driver or a capture process on the pc client, the pc user can use standard
communications apps locally. I saw an product announcement for a product like
this about six months ago, and it involved a server daemon on the SCO side,
and a client that ran under windows and interfaced with the Winsock. I
unfortunently don't have the info anymore. Any help would be greatly
Carl K. Cunningham
SBK Software + Systeme GmbH
Hollaendische Strasse 141
34127 Kassel
Tel: (+49) 561 9899 726
Fax: (+49) 561 851 61

PC -> Unix network modem integration

Post by Kevin B Flemin » Sun, 07 Jan 1996 04:00:00

Sounds good - I'd like to see some info on this solution too.



1. modem: PC<->UNIX question

 I am doing some data syncronization between a database running on PC
 with Powerbuilder and a database running on UNIX Informix.
 I have all of the syncronization issues covered but my problem
 is the transfer of information between PC and UNIX.
 I want to be able to press a button on my Powerbuilder app.
 and internally have the modem dial up the UNIX and transfer
 some ascii file back and forth.  I have access to PC x,y,z
 modem libraries but the UNIX end is posing a problem.
 Does anyone know of a way to deal with this issue?
 Perhaps a 3rd party library (preferably that can run in the

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