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Internet dialup program

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A dial-up dialer for connection to Internet providers

Sample Image - afdialer.jpg

Introduction

I have written dial-up dialer for connection to Internet providers. This is a simple little program that dials your modem and tracks your online time. It also allows the user to setup multiple dial in numbers and gives the user a basic settings screen.

The sourcecode is freeware and can be distributed under terms of GPL. It is written in Visual C++ with use of MFC, RAS API and several other APIs like Performance Counters and multimedia API. Contact me if you have any suggestions on this software (lamer2000@hotmail.com) or on this article (alexander.fedorov@usa.net).

Latest update

The latest version of the project can be found here - http://win32utils.com/afd/

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GeneralRe: Your source code is totally unusable! Pin
Alexander Fedorov20-May-01 15:12
memberAlexander Fedorov20-May-01 15:12 
GeneralRe: Your source code is totally unusable! Pin
John Wong20-Jan-02 14:52
memberJohn Wong20-Jan-02 14:52 
GeneralSending files using modem Pin
D.D. de Kerf30-Apr-01 23:12
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GeneralRe: Sending files using modem Pin
D.D. de Kerf4-Jun-01 21:32
memberD.D. de Kerf4-Jun-01 21:32 
GeneralRe: Sending files using modem Pin
Anonymous16-Apr-03 16:51
sussAnonymous16-Apr-03 16:51 
QuestionHow to use DUN User Name and Password Pin
John Tan Jin Kiat23-Apr-01 19:17
memberJohn Tan Jin Kiat23-Apr-01 19:17 
Generalevent log full when run it under win2k Pin
Anonymous12-Mar-01 1:23
memberAnonymous12-Mar-01 1:23 
GeneralSmall bug causing error message in W2K Pin
Anonymous23-Jan-01 18:42
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GeneralRe: Small bug causing error message in W2K Pin
Anonymous14-May-01 11:28
memberAnonymous14-May-01 11:28 
GeneralCan't read it. Pin
Uzzy B20-Dec-00 6:34
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GeneralRe: Can't read it. Pin
Anthony Yio5-Dec-01 17:00
memberAnthony Yio5-Dec-01 17:00 
Generalquerry Pin
ryan sanchez27-Apr-00 0:37
sussryan sanchez27-Apr-00 0:37 
GeneralRe: querry Pin
Rooster12-Sep-00 17:18
sussRooster12-Sep-00 17:18 
General(Re: querry) modem scripts? Pin
Smerk30-Jan-01 8:07
memberSmerk30-Jan-01 8:07 
i have a similar question.
with the old win3.x it (and trumpet winsock - if i remember correctly) you could set some scripts for the modem, how to dial to your ISP.

nowadays (with Win98 SE) i can't find any place to activate or configure those kind of scripts.

in my scenario my modem should do the following:
a) with pulse dialing: dial "0"
b) wait for dial tone:
if (dial tone present) {
continue; }
else {
hangup;
wait (1 minute);
goto a); }
c) switch to tone dialing;
d) dial the specified number (to ISP);
e) exit

here are my questions:
1) how and where can you activate those scripts with windows dial-up networking?
2) how and where can you activate those scripts with the "afdialer"?
3) if it has to do with the modem "AT"-commands - where do you get some documentation on these, so you can successfully write your own scripts?

thanks for your time,

smerk

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