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Is it possible to connect a remote PC (Windows) to a LAN using router's AUX port with an analog modem? We want access to LAN, not telnet to router.

We are testing a remote access connection with a USR modem connected to AUX port of a 7206 router.

We try to connect from a PC (Windows dial-up) with a modem. Connection is established, and we can even gain access to router management (using hyperterminal), but we cannot enter the remote LAN. It seems that ppp negotiation is not started.

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Re: Is it possible to connect a remote PC (Windows) to a LAN usi

You can use the AUX port as a statndard async

port which supports dial-in services and

ppp encapsulation.

Use standard sample configs for dial-in support

and apply them to async interface associated to the

AUX port.

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