Dileup Time??

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  1. saROMan

    saROMan QA Juggler

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    am using a dile up conn....so yday when my conn failed....tryed to conn using my phone.....and to my surprise..i heard the old dile tone tune....with in 3 sec..but when i dile from modem it takes 1-1.5 min..to connect...why???can i reduce this time??


    also am using a HSP micro modem...(internal)...so does it effect my speed..imean if i go 4 a external modem..will i get a incresed speed??
     
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    u mean Dial Up Connection ..
    ur problem isnt very clear ..
    can u explain in a bit better english
     
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    1. Disable wait for dial tone.
    2. Disable the ppp screen.
    3. there are different "advanced settings" for different modems and purposes, google that.
     
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    dear ali..i mean when i dile from my modem.....it takes bout 2 min to connect to INET......but when i dile the same no fm my Phone Device..its connected with in a few sec.......so how can i get connected to net with in seconds....insted for waiting for 1/1.5 min every time....{Hope this time my eng is Understandable}
    ice i hav disabled wait for diletone..way back...n BTW wazz PPP ??

    also 1 q i 4got to ask.....if i go 4 a External modem..will i get bit more speed as compared to my current 3/4 KbytesPS
     
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