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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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:
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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 large TacServe configurations, we recommend the following modem card
  16. 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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