This article is from the Windows NT Internet FAQ, by firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Scoggins) with numerous contributions by others.
Document: Windows NT Internet FAQ
Revision: December, 30 1994
Authors: Steve Scoggins
Copyright: Copyright (C), 1994 Steve Scoggins & Tom Baltrushaytis
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The release of Windows NT V3.5 with slip and ppp support has resulted
in the following questions being asked frequently in the
comp.os.ms-windows.nt.misc and in comp.os.ms-windows.nt.setup news groups.
This document is intended to be a starting point for a new users guide to
internet connectivity and resources using NT or NTAS slip/ppp for dialup
We welcome your comments on this FAQ. We also encourage you to send us
any additional information you would like to see added to this document.
Send your comments to the authors via the email address listed above.
If you include attach files use MIME or UUENCODE for the attachments.
MIME is preferred for attachments.
Third party applications - Your personal experiences with some of the
commercial add-ons for Internet related products (NFS, Mosaic clients,
SMTP gateways, etc.) recommendations and installation how-to for
the multiple COM port cards, and the high speed UART cards.