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  1. How do I enable the COM Port Control protocol on Digi TS series devices? How do I enable the COM Port Control protocol on Digi TS series devices? [Article]
    ...he port setup of the Digi TS select "Printer" as the port type. The Port Number entered in Serial/IP will then be (2000 + the TS port number), so Port 1 on the TS can be accessed on TCP
  2. How do I send DTMF signals through a Cisco digital modem? How do I send DTMF signals through a Cisco digital modem? [Article]
    Cisco routers with digital modems require that an "X" character be placed in front of any DTMF data (dual tone multi-frequency) that is sent in a dial string after a phone number. For more
  3. How should I configure the Windows XP SP2 Firewall when using Tactical Software products? How should I configure the Windows XP SP2 Firewall when using Tactical Software ... [Article]
    The Windows Firewall that is included with XP Service Pack 2 will block all incoming connections by default. Because our redirectors are kernel-level drivers rather than applications, you can n
  4. I can use an IP address to specify a device server or license server. Using a hostname fails. Why? I can use an IP address to specify a device server or license server. Using a ho... [Article]
    Verify that the Windows "nslookup" command can resolve the DNS name. If it can't, the Tactical Software product won't be able to resolve it either. Tactical Software products pr
  5. I tried to install your product and received an Error 1920 and now I'm unable to install the software. How do I fix this? I tried to install your product and received an Error 1920 and now I'm unab... [Article]
    The Error 1920 can occur when the installer is unable to start the driver or a previous version of the software did not get removed correctly. The following steps will allow you to uninsta
  6. I'm not able to make dial-up connections that depend on scripting or terminal windows with your software. How do I fix this? I'm not able to make dial-up connections that depend on scripting or termin... [Article]
    An update from Microsoft on June 12th, 2006 prevents dial-up connections that use scripting or terminal windows from working. This update prevents these types of dial-up connections fr
  7. I'm not able to use your products after installing the Windows Live OneCare Firewall on my PC. How do I fix this? I'm not able to use your products after installing the Windows Live OneCare... [Article]
    ...nts an inbound/outbound firewall that will prevent our kernel-level device driver from making TCP/IP connections. The Windows Live OneCare Firewa
  8. I'm using DialOut/IP and am planning on upgrading.  What do I need to know? I'm using DialOut/IP and am planning on upgrading. What do I need to know?... [Article]
    As of version 4.5, our DialOut/IP and DialOut/EZ products are merging into a single DialOut/EZ product. If you are using any version 4.x DialOut/IP Seat Edition product, you can upg
  9. My machine is crashing with a Dr. Watson error or a Windows Blue Screen in a situation that appears to be related to a Tactical Software product. How do I get help?My machine is crashing with a Dr. Watson error or a Windows Blue Screen in a sit... [Article]
    ... using the most recent version of the Tactical product. If you see a Dr. Watson error, create a ZIP file of the Dr. Watson log file. If the machine
  10. My VPN software is issuing error messages saying that the routing table is being changed during a connection that uses a Tactical Software redirector. How can I prevent this?My VPN software is issuing error messages saying that the routing table is being... [Article]
    In version 4.2 an option was added to the redirectors to control automatic updates of the routing table. To disable these updates: In the redirector Control Panel
  11. What can I do if I suspect that the TCP/IP Nagle algorithm is causing timing problems for my application? What can I do if I suspect that the TCP/IP Nagle algorithm is causing timing pro... [Article]
    The Nagle Algorithm is a packetization method that is employed by TCP/IP to reduce the overhead imposed by TCP packets. For details see RFC 896, in particular the section titled “The solutio
  12. When I use a VPN to connect to a network, can I use the DialOut/EZ Redirector for access to a modem server and make a PPP/Dial Up Networking call?When I use a VPN to connect to a network, can I use the DialOut/EZ Redirector fo... [Article]
    ...ations, this specific configuration does not work due to an inevitable conflict in handling of the IP routing table:
  13. When using Dial-Up Networking, why does my PC lose access to parts of my local area network?When using Dial-Up Networking, why does my PC lose access to parts of my local a... [Article]
    Dial-Up Networking causes a new “default route” to be added to the routing table once a successful session is initiated. If the local LAN contains multiple subnets, and the PC gains ac
  14. Where do I find the license key in your products? Where do I find the license key in your products? [Article]
    In the COM/IP, DialOut/EZ and Serial/IP Seat Edition clients, you will find the license key by clicking the Licensing button on the product's Control Panel. The DialOut/EZ and Serial
  15. Does Tactical Software have a formal statement on date compliance and recent DST changes?Does Tactical Software have a formal statement on date compliance and recent DST... [Article]
    The following statement applies to version 4 and later of the Tactical Software products COM/IP Redirector, Serial/IP Redirector, DialOut/EZ Redirector, License Manager and TacServe COM Port Ser
  16. What make and model of modems can I use with TacServe?What make and model of modems can I use with TacServe? [Article]
    Any model of modem that connects to a hardware COM port or creates COM ports in Windows will work with TacServe.  For l
  17. What wireless modems are compatible with COM/IP or Serial/IP?What wireless modems are compatible with COM/IP or Serial/IP? [Article]
    Any wireless modem (cellular or radio) that accepts incoming raw TCP/IP connections will work with Serial/IP or COM/IP. Tactical recommends the following wireless modem manufacturers as they a
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