How to set up local QNX network for remote diaul up access

How to set up local QNX network for remote diaul up access. What kind of
modem at the network side is supported and what kind of modem is supported
at the client site? Any hardware solutions are appreciated.

Janusz Ruszel

Janusz Ruszel <janusz_ruszel@notvalid.com> wrote:

How to set up local QNX network for remote diaul up access. What kind of
modem at the network side is supported and what kind of modem is supported
at the client site? Any hardware solutions are appreciated.

QNX should work with (almost) any REAL modem – anything labelled as
a “Winmodem” will not (generally) work.

(A real modem is one that has complete hardware for doing all the
work, rather than emulating much of the DSP work in software.)

-David

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What about dial in hardware supported by QNX 6.2 and available existing
software?

Janusz Ruzsel.

“David Gibbs” <dagibbs@qnx.com> wrote in message
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Janusz Ruszel <> janusz_ruszel@notvalid.com> > wrote:
How to set up local QNX network for remote diaul up access. What kind of
modem at the network side is supported and what kind of modem is
supported
at the client site? Any hardware solutions are appreciated.

QNX should work with (almost) any REAL modem – anything labelled as
a “Winmodem” will not (generally) work.

(A real modem is one that has complete hardware for doing all the
work, rather than emulating much of the DSP work in software.)

-David

QNX Training Services
http://www.qnx.com/support/training/
Please followup in this newsgroup if you have further questions.

Janusz Ruszel <janusz_ruszel@notvalid.com> wrote:

What about dial in hardware supported by QNX 6.2 and available existing
software?

I’m not sure what you mean by “dial in hardware” – it’s not a term
that has any meaning for me.

-David

Janusz Ruzsel.

“David Gibbs” <> dagibbs@qnx.com> > wrote in message
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Janusz Ruszel <> janusz_ruszel@notvalid.com> > wrote:
How to set up local QNX network for remote diaul up access. What kind of
modem at the network side is supported and what kind of modem is
supported
at the client site? Any hardware solutions are appreciated.

QNX should work with (almost) any REAL modem – anything labelled as
a “Winmodem” will not (generally) work.

(A real modem is one that has complete hardware for doing all the
work, rather than emulating much of the DSP work in software.)

-David

QNX Training Services
http://www.qnx.com/support/training/
Please followup in this newsgroup if you have further questions.


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One possibility is to use a unit like Netgear’s RM356, which is basically a
RAS. It has built in hub and modem. I think it is around $250.

Jens


“David Gibbs” <dagibbs@qnx.com> wrote in message
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Janusz Ruszel <> janusz_ruszel@notvalid.com> > wrote:
What about dial in hardware supported by QNX 6.2 and available existing
software?

I’m not sure what you mean by “dial in hardware” – it’s not a term
that has any meaning for me.

-David

Janusz Ruzsel.

“David Gibbs” <> dagibbs@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:bf4ltj$9cn$> 3@nntp.qnx.com> …
Janusz Ruszel <> janusz_ruszel@notvalid.com> > wrote:
How to set up local QNX network for remote diaul up access. What kind
of
modem at the network side is supported and what kind of modem is
supported
at the client site? Any hardware solutions are appreciated.

QNX should work with (almost) any REAL modem – anything labelled as
a “Winmodem” will not (generally) work.

(A real modem is one that has complete hardware for doing all the
work, rather than emulating much of the DSP work in software.)

-David

QNX Training Services
http://www.qnx.com/support/training/
Please followup in this newsgroup if you have further questions.


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FYI on the RM356…
We recently sent a message to Netgear support regarding the RM356, and
they notified us that they would no longer be making the RM356. Unless
the person we contcated was confused about the question, I’d say the
RM356 is almost history. We are currently looking for a replacement but
haven’t found anything that is as cost effective as of yet.

C. Scott

I failed to mention the we also have been notified about the obsolescence of
the RM356. I am not sure what our company is going to do for replacement.
Please keep us posted if you find a nice alternative.

Thanks
Jens



“C. Scott” <c.scott@nospam.com> wrote in message
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FYI on the RM356…
We recently sent a message to Netgear support regarding the RM356, and
they notified us that they would no longer be making the RM356. Unless
the person we contcated was confused about the question, I’d say the
RM356 is almost history. We are currently looking for a replacement but
haven’t found anything that is as cost effective as of yet.

C. Scott