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Is a “Soft Modem” (i.e. internal) really going to cause incompatibilities?

Thanks to the fact that our banking industry in Australia is... outdated (which is the politest word I could think of when describing the banking industry)... to do a certain kind of transaction our ...
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How to send T.38 from a mac?

I'm trying to set up a fax-server on a macintosh. I have Hylafax, and we're going to use an internet FOIP fax provider (Haven't decided who yet, that may be another question). The problem is how to ...
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Intermittent disconnect: which needs replacing, the router or the modem?

We have a WatchGuard SOHO 6 with the latest firmware (6.4.1) and an ISP-supplied DSL modem. The firebox's PPPoE settings look like this: We've been having a problem lately where our internet ...
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Windows - how to clone network connections entry to another machine

Let's assume we have two Windows XP computers with identical hardware configuration, including GPRS modem connected to COM1 serial port. On the first PC we add new modem device, set up gprs connection ...
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Setting up Cisco routers using WIC-1AM interface cards for backup/failover over dialup

I have two 1751 routers using a 56K connection. The routers work with out any issues. I want to add a WIC-1AM to each router as backup/failover. All I need to do for the routing should add a new ...
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fax server farm architechture

I'm not sure this is the right forum for this, but it's not Stackoverflow so... I'm trying to figure out an architecture to solve the following problem, maybe someone here can help: I have a T1 ...
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What is modem MAC MTA address?

I've read about some modems having a MAC MTA address. Could you tell me what is a MAC MTA address? What is it used for and what kind of modems usually have it?
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How can I simulate a modem over a VOIP connection?

I have a hardware device I need a server to dial into at regular intervals. The problem is I no longer have a POTS line or a modem in any of development computers, and all my production servers are ...
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Lots of fax lines in one server?

What is the best way to handle a bunch of fax lines? I'm looking to setup a local fax server that I can pack full of models so 40 users can receive faxes directly to their desktops. Other than adding ...
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Linksys WRT160NL & ADSL modem/router - WAN port

I have a router/modem at ip 192.168.1.254. I also have a linksys router connected to the modem through the LAN port. So right now I have this: 192.168.1.254 <----> 192.168.1.1 <----> PCs (192....
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Dial up connection as a service in Windows Server 2008

We have a server that needs both a LAN and GPRS connection. We have configured the dial up connection in Windows but we need it to start whenever the server starts without user interaction and without ...
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Modem/router that can handle 50+ clients

I have a network of 50+ PCs, with a Dynalink RTA 1320 for internet access, and have issues with internet speed. The Dynalink connects with a PPPoA connection. Only about 20 actually have internet ...
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HTC Touch Dual as Telstra Modem

Our CEO has a HTC Touch Dual and he wants to use it as a modem for his laptop. I have setup different phones with different carriers with success - but with some very specific details (as in the ...
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do cable modems log what ips they are assigned by the isp?

just out of curiosity. i've been looking at various modem manufacturers' websites and it seems clear that there are firewall logs and event logs but i don't know whether the event logs would cover the ...
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how would it be possible to discover a cable modem's MAC remotely?

i was reading the back archives of a canadian privacy law blog, and he linked to a judicial decision. apparently as part of an investigation in which were used yahoo chat and google's old 'hello' ...
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Asus AM602 Modem (cant change setting)

Hi I have a DSL modem (Asus AM602 ) but when I want to connect my modem (192.168.1.1) it said : internet explorer could not open the search page I 99% sure that my modem ip was 192.168.1.1. any one ...
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Can Linux function as its own ADSL modem?

I'm not sure specifically the differences between a normal Dial-up modem and an ADSL one. Here is my problem: I recently found an old box in the basement, which I installed Ubuntu (linux) on. I have ...
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Increasing fax transmission speed in Windows Server 2003

I have a rather strange problem and it might not have a solution and this might not even be the forum for this, but here goes :-) I have a requirement for sending faxes from Word 2007 to a bunch of ...
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HSDPA USB modems and Vista 64-bit

Does anyone have any experience whether those really handy HSDPA/EDGE/GSM modems available in Europe from makers such as Huawei or iCon are compatible with Vista 64-bit? These products are sold in ...
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What's the difference between a switch, a router, and a modem?

What's the difference between a switch, a router, and a modem?
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What cheap PCI modems can be used to open two serial ports at the same time?

I have three PCI fax modems: USR 56K PCI Faxmodem Hiro 56K V.92 Data PCI Fax Modem Conexant PCI Faxmodem With any combination of of these modems ( two USR, one USR one Hiro ) Windows XP only ...
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What's a good substitute for ProComm on Linux?

Is minicom the only option? I need to be able to modem in to some ancient applications that are commonly accessed by ProComm running on Windows, but I would like to do this from a Linux box.