Dial-Up Networking

   Softwareprovided with Microsoft's Windows products that allows the clients to dial out and establish Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) connections.

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  • Network and Dial-up Connections —    In Microsoft Windows 2000, a special folder containing icons used to configure and manage local area network and other connections. Network and Dial Up Connections replaces the Windows NT 4 Dial up Connections and the Network applet in Control …   Dictionary of networking

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  • direct distance dial network —    See public network …   Dictionary of networking

  • Australian Public Access Networking Association — APANA is the Australian Public Access Network Association a non profit association. The association began in 1988 1989 and was originally known as pubnet.APANA is the oldest public computer network service and support organisation in Australia… …   Wikipedia

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