Dial Up Networking.
--Quote:> What does DUN stand for?
Redondo Beach, CA
I'd disagree with the setup below if you're using an external BSP. With that
setup, MLP is soley a function of the BSP and does not involve MS DUN Multilink
The exact setup depends on the code version in your BSP. With L and M, 9maybe
earlier) you need only enter the phone number once. You do not need to enter two
phone numbers separated with a "&" as in some modems.
With Windows 95 and an External BSP running L or M code release, here's my
setup, which works! <smile>
DUN is configured as if you were using an ordinary analog modem. Nothing special
except select the BSP as the modem to use.
In the BSP Modem - Properties - Connection - Advanced, I use this command string
That's PPP, Multilink, 128 KBS
For more information, read the code version release notes, the PPP.TXT file, and
visit the BSP web site.
Hope this was helpful.
In comp.dcom.isdn, me
>>Now when you dial in you will force a 2B connection. If the 2nd channel stays idle for a minute or so, it will shut off. When you start a large transfer, the 2nd channel will again dial in.
>Keith Diehl -- Salt Lake City
I have been trying to establish a Multilink PPP connection to my ISP.
Every sample init string I've seen has PAP turned on. This ISP does not
support PAP on their Ascend equipment.
I've been trying to validate by answering prompts like in the analog
dial up. But I never get the login prompt. I've tried numerous init strings
Is there any way to accomplish this connection using PPPC?