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{DUPLICATE}Netscape, Win98, & Dial-up Networking

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by ckwdylan, Apr 8, 2000.

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  1. ckwdylan

    ckwdylan Thread Starter

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    I have three related questions. First, I am runnimg W98 v4.10.1998 and Netscape v4.7. When I start Netscape Dial-up opens auto and dials my ISP, but when I close Netscape Dial-up does not close and I stay connected. I would like it to close auto. Second, I would like to select files for download and have Netscape/Dial-up download them when I close, and sign off when finished. (Multiple files and maybe from diffrent sites??) And third, my tray icon for Dial-up shows 115200 as my bps connect speed. My US Robotics 33.6 Sportster (Internet updated to 56.6) is set up for 115200 max however Dial-up will show 57600 if modem is set up that way. How can I make Dial-up show my actual connect rate.

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  2. dragon-knight

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    sorry, cant help you with the 1st and 3rd.
    I have Cable, and its been to long since i had dialup to remember.

    But for the 2nd, try www.tucows.com or www.download.com and search for a scheduler
    i`ve used www.gozilla.com, but i think theres another one, getright.
     
  3. Mulderator

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    Closing as duplicate. Go here for continuation of this post.
     
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