this link for Connecting with NT4 Info...
First, you'll need
to open up Control Panel, then the
Network Icon. You'll need to have both a
Computer and Workgroup name. If you don't
press the Change button to do so. Scroll
through the Network Software and Adapters
Cards and see if Remote Access Service is
listed. If not, press Add Software to
install it. Highlight Remote Access
Service and press Configure. You will be
presented with a setup screen. Make sure
you modem is listed and properly set up.
If not press Add... Assuming that it is
(in either event you'll end up at the
Setup screen again) Press Network.
NetBEUI and TCP/IP should be selected.
You must now reboot NT. After NT grinds
and churns your system to a start, Select
the Remote Access Service group. Double
click on Remote Access. Now we'll set it
up to Connect to NetRunner. Click on the
SELECT: AUTHENTICATE USING CURRENT NAME
AND PASSWORD!!!! Now select Advanced. The
COM Port which your modem is on and your
modem device should be listed. To do the
fine tuning of your modem click the Modem
button. Assuming you have a new computer
with a 28.8 modem choose 115,200 and
check all three boxes. If not choose the
options which fit your modem Say OK and
press the Network Button. You'll need to
activate PPP and check TC/PIP ONLY. Now
click on the TCP/IP Settings...
Here you'll enter:
here's the tricky part! Say OK and then
open up notepad. We need to edit a file
called switch.inf which should
be located in your NT directory under
system32/ras. at the very bottom add
COMMAND= OK=< match>
OK=< match> "assword"
Pusername with a capital "P"
and your username Replace yourpassword
with your actual password. Save the file
then return to the Phone Book page and
hit Security. On this page activate Use
clear text Terminal Login only and Select
NetRunner beside AfterDialing.