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Re: [SLUG] Modem Sharing Client Options



> He wants to share modems for the purpose of having less modems. People
need
> to do other modem type things like dial various legacy places like banks,
> big authority type companies, insurance companies etc. If you have more
than
> one of these people it makes sense to share the modem.
> Essentially he needs a com port redirector for win32 for free :)

Duh repyling to my own post,
but it seems there is even an RFC that defines this:
http://www.google.com/search?num=50&hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=RFC+2217+client+win
dows

seems to return a number of options.
Cisco at one time even provided a client but they discontinued it and handed
the business over to tatical software :(

dave


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