There are only two possible connectors to use:
1. IMS using connected sites
2. x.400 connector
Site connector is useless because it requires a constant connection.
x.400 connector needs to be configured for remote initiated on the dedicated
side, and whatever schedule you wish on the dial-on-demand side.
Also, keep in mind that the 64K dial-on-demand needs to be assigned a static
IP every time it connects -- this IP needs to be specified on the stack tab
of the dedicated side's x.400 connector. If you can find some way to
dynamically modify DNS every time you connect so you can use the host name
on the stack tab, let me know... I'd be really interested in knowing...
Or, you could use the IMS connected sites and queue mail for ETRN for the
remote site. Again, a static IP is required so exchange knows what host to
dequeue the mail to.
> I want to connect two sites (in different geographical locations) in the
> same organization (both running MS Exchange 5.5). The sites are connected
> with a 64Kb ISDN access and Dial-on-Demand routers. One of these sites
> should be connected to a ISP on a dedicated connection (384Kb).
> What type of connectors should be used to connect these sites with each
> What type of connectors should be used to connect one of the sites to the
> Frode Gorseth
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