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Adtran Using Asynchronous PPP with the Control Port of an ADTRAN DSU IV ESP Owner manual
Using ADTRAN ISU® Products With Windows
NT® 4.0 Running Remote Access Services (RAS)
Introduction
The information in this Technical Support Note will enable anyone to setup ADTRAN ISU
products into the Windows NT 4.0 operating system for use in Remote Access Service (RAS).
Before You Begin
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This Technical Support Note does NOT cover installation of Remote Access Service
(RAS) or Dial-Up Networking into the Windows NT 4.0 operating system and assumes
that these services are already installed. For assistance in installing these services refer to
the Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 on-line help.
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This Technical Support Note does NOT cover installation of ADTRAN ISU products
into Windows NT 4.0. It assumes that you have already installed ISU support into the
Windows NT 4.0 operating system. For details in doing this see KB Article # 1549.
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With some ADTRAN products like the ADTRAN Express XR® and the Express XRT®,
data rates of 230.4 kbps are possible. This data rate will require the installation of a serial
card that uses a 16650 UART chip-set. This Technical Support Note assumes that you are
using a 16650 UART that is already installed.
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This Technical Support Note does NOT discuss the configuration of ADTRAN ISU
devices into the Windows NT 4.0 application of Dial-Up Networking). For details on
configuring ISU products in this application see KB Article # 1649.
Adding An ISU Product to RAS
To add an ISU device or an Express product to the RAS services in Windows NT 4.0, do the
following
(These instructions are written from the standpoint of someone replacing an analog modem with
an ADTRAN ISU device. For new install instructions see the Windows NT 4.0 on-line help for
modem installation.):
1. Right-click on Network Neighborhood and click on Properties.
2. Click on the Services tab (see Figure 1).
3. Select Remote Access Service and click the Properties button as in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Network Properties
4. You may not see the intended ADTRAN ISU device on the desired COM port. To
remove an unwanted device, select the device and click the Remove button (see Figure
2).
Figure 2: Remove Modem from RAS
5. Click the Yes button when asked to remove the COM port that the previous device was
installed on (see Figure 3).
Figure 3: YES to Remove Modem
6. Now you are ready to add a new device. Click the Add button.
7. From the RAS Capable Devices: pull down box, select the ADTRAN device that was
previously installed as in Figure 4. (If no ADTRAN device has been installed, click the
Install Modem button and refer to KB Article # 1549.
Figure 4: Choose the ADTRAN Unit Installed
8. Once the ADTRAN device is selected, click the OK button.
9. Click the Continue button as in Figure 5. You may have to change dialing or network
parameters under Configure or Network depending on your application and network.
Figure 5: An ADTRAN Device set up in RAS
10. Click the Close button to exit the Network properties.
11. After saving your Network settings you may be asked to restart your computer. Click the
Yes button (see Figure 6).
Figure 6: Restart Your Computer
After you reboot your computer, your ADTRAN ISU device should now be installed and
configured in Windows NT 4.0 RAS.
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