>I hate to say it, but I was able to get my PPP connection to work with Trumpet Winsock
> under WFW 3.11, but I can't get a complete connection with IAK. Does anyone know
> what my rsp file should look like in order to authenticate my PPP account. I think
> this has to do with a PAP, easily found in Trumpet. Also I can't get winsock to
> work under Warp, I always get a * Trap error 3. Any Ideas?
>Emails are welcome.
>Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
>University of Massachusetts - Amherst
>Comments expressed herein are mine, and do not reflect the views of the University
> or the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
I had no problem getting trumpet to work in a Warp WinOS/2 session. It
works fine either in a full-screen or a seamless WinOS/2 session. Just
be sure that your path statement points to directory that contains
trumpet's winsock.dll before it points to OS/2's winsock.dll file. You
can do this by using a custom "autoexec.bat" in the Dos Settings
notebook. I have Trumpet 2.1f. I have used it with Eudora, Mirc, Free
Agent, Ws_ftp, Netscape, etc. My modem is a Supra 28.8 and it is on
Now, as for getting Warp OS/2's IAK internet applications to do
anything useful, I will just wish you a lot of luck. I assume that
they can be made to work with the Advantis Service, but that is not
available in my city. I have never been able to use the Warp IAK stuff
with my ISP and a PPP account. I have put many hours into trying and I
will continue to try to make it work whenever I want to enjoy some
"self inflicted pain". However, when I want to use the Internet, I
will just use Trumpet Winsock -- or.... better yet, I will use
Windows-95 and its built in Internet apps. They work to perfection and
they were very easy to set up.