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Chapter 18. Using Dial-Up Networking > Installing Dial-Up Networking

Installing Dial-Up Networking

Once you've made the hardware decisions and installed the resulting peripherals, it's time to install the software.

Note

If you've upgraded from Windows NT 3.51, and are familiar with Remote Access Service, you should be aware that Dial-Up Networking replaces the dial-out component of RAS. During the installation and configuration of Dial-Up Networking, you'll see dialog boxes and references connected to RAS. This is because the serial port functions and device configuration options are still part of RAS. Also, RAS continues to be the software application you'll use for receiving calls.



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