RAS Connection Problem

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I have a Symbol PDT-8100 with a snap-on 36k modem on it. We need these
units to connect to our HQ via RAS every day to sync up. However when the
units dial into the RAS Server, it connects for about 3 seconds then hangs
up. If I use my desktop computer to connect, it connects to the RAS server
and stays connected.

Does anyone know why this is happening and how to fix it?

Thanks.

Dean Penderghast
 
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Dean Penderghast wrote:
> I have a Symbol PDT-8100 with a snap-on 36k modem on it. We need
> these units to connect to our HQ via RAS every day to sync up.
> However when the units dial into the RAS Server, it connects for
> about 3 seconds then hangs up. If I use my desktop computer to
> connect, it connects to the RAS server and stays connected.
>
> Does anyone know why this is happening and how to fix it?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Dean Penderghast



Your IT dept or consultant, presumably?
 
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I'm their consultant. I have RAS setup like normal and from my desktop
machine, I can log into the RAS server just fine. It's just with these @#$@
pocketPC Units that just hang up.

To make matters even quirler, I setup the RAS server to simply answer the
modem using HyperTerminal. They connect just fine and stay connect, so it's
something with RAS.

Dean Penderghast

"MP" <s@hg.org> wrote in message news:cfdhca$1fm$1@sparta.btinternet.com...
> Dean Penderghast wrote:
> > I have a Symbol PDT-8100 with a snap-on 36k modem on it. We need
> > these units to connect to our HQ via RAS every day to sync up.
> > However when the units dial into the RAS Server, it connects for
> > about 3 seconds then hangs up. If I use my desktop computer to
> > connect, it connects to the RAS server and stays connected.
> >
> > Does anyone know why this is happening and how to fix it?
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > Dean Penderghast
>
>
>
> Your IT dept or consultant, presumably?
>
>
>
>
 

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