Dial-Up, RAS, ICS articles for Windows NT

Last Updated on 28 July 2001, Total: 12 Articles and Tutorials

This section deals specifically with different types of connectivity for Windows NT. Connectivity is the way a computer connects to a network or to the Internet. We will be dealing with different ways of connecting to a network or to the Internet: Dial-up, Internet Connection Sharing, and Remote Access Service.

The articles in this section will help you find out how to set up different Internet connections, install modems, and deal with problems that are common with NT.

  1. Configure DUN as Internet Connection

  2. Define a Dial-Up Networking Connection

  3. Dial-Up Networking Call Back

  4. Dialing in to an NT4 Remote Access Server

  5. Dialing in via NT4 RAS/DUN to Netware

  6. Dialing out via DUN to the Internet

  7. Installation of Dial-Up Networking

  8. Installation of the Modem on NT4

  9. Modem Inactivity Timeout

  10. Remote Access Server (RAS) for Dialing-In

  11. Verification of the Dial-Up Networking Setup

  12. Windows NT4 ICS Client Installation

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