Monday, 9 April 2007

Configuring ISDN Support

Windows XP Professional provides built-in support ISDN. before configure ISDN on a computer, you need the following:
  • Installed internal or external ISDN adapter
  • ISDN telephone line service at the location where you use dial-up networking to connect to the internet
  • ISDN telephone line service at the remote location to which you want to connect, usually either your ISP or a remote access server
If ISDN adapter supports plug and play, windows XP professional automatically installs the required support. If the ISDN adapter is not automatically installed, use the following procedure to intall the device support.
  1. In control panel, open Add Hardware
  2. In Add Hardware Wizard, click next
  3. Select Add/Troubleshoot a device, and then click next
  4. If windows XP does not automatically detect the ISDN adapter, select Add a new device, and then click Next
  5. If you want windows xp to attempt to find the ISDN adapter, select Yes, search for new hardware, or If you want to automatically select the ISDN adapter, select No, I will select it from a list, and then follow the instructions.

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