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Chapter 11. Internet and TCP/IP Connecti... > Installing a Modem in Windows 2000

Installing a Modem in Windows 2000

In Windows 2000, communications control functions are located in a central application programming interface (API), which moves data between your modem and individual communications programs. One of the benefits of this design is that you can configure Windows 2000 to work with your modem just once, rather than repeating the process for each application program that uses a modem.

The procedures described here apply to analog modems as well as external ISDN modems.


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