Re: Win 95 Dialler

Don Castella (dcastell@interaccess.com)
Tue, 12 Mar 1996 09:24:32 -0600 (CST)


Win 95's scripting is no more difficult than any other, but if you don't
mind taking a hefty performance hit, use the tcpman.

At 08:17 AM 3/12/96 -0800, you wrote:
>Leslie McClure wrote:
>> I have seen postings the last couple of days regarding the Win 95
>> dialler vs. the Trumpet Winsock. As a Tech Suport Rep. for an ISP
>> I can assure you that the Dialup Networking on the Win 95 is far
>> superior than Trumpet ever thought about being. I left my Trumpet
>> and my Win. 3.1 very reluctantly but was so impressed with the dialup
>> network aspect that I wouldn't use anything else.
>> As far as Win 3.1x is concerned Trumpet is good. But if you are not
>> using the PPP with Win 95 you aren't getting half of your monies
>> worth.
>
>Greetings:
> GREAT!!! I'll keep this in mind when I try connecting to my SLIP-only ISP
>who doesn't have Password Authentication Protocol (PAP)
>
>What are we missing..?
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