This article is from the Windows NT Internet FAQ, by firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Scoggins) with numerous contributions by others.
Yes you can use the Trumpet PPP protocol to dial-in to a NT RAS PPP server.
Note, you can not use SLIP for this connection since NT V3.5 RAS only
supports PPP for dial-in access.
However you can setup a WFWG PPP connection into a NT RAS server by
using the new Trumpet 2.0B winsock. Setup Trumpet for PPP with PAP
authentication as follows:
Setup the following configuration for the NT RAS and TCP/IP as follows:
Using the Registry editor set the following parameters:
ForceEncryptedData REG_DWORD 0
ForceEncryptedPassword REG_DWORD 0
IPEnableRouter REG_DWORD 1
Setup the Windows NT V3.5 for DHCP with a pool of available IP addresses.
Install the Trumpet Winsock by following the directions in Peter's
install documentation. Add the path to the Trumpet directory containing
the winsock.dll to your PATH statement in your Autoexec.bat.
Make sure you do not have any other vendors winsock.dll files in other
directories which are in the DOS path. If you do, rename them or delete
Setup the Trumpet for PPP with your IP set to 0.0.0.0 and the gateway
set to 0.0.0.0
Turn on PAP authentication and enter your normal NT login
username and password.
When you have finished configuring Trumpet using the Tcpman.exe
using the Setup menu, the settings are stored in the "Trumpwsk.ini"
the contents of this file should look similar to the following:
win-posn=0 2 636 410 30 415 -1 -1 1
Use the Tcpman manual login option and type ATDT NNN-NNNNN followed by
a return to initiate a phone call to the NT PPP server.
When you see the modem CONNECT echo, hit the ESCAPE key to start up
the PPP connection negotiation. Use the TCPMAN trace menu option
with DNS enabled if you want to see the connection negotiations
echoed to the screen.
The Trumpet PPP will handshake with the Windows NT PPP and you will
be authenticated. You will then see a message on the Trumpet
Tcpman screen saying accepted and then you will see the dynamically
assigned IP address echoed to your screen.
You can use the NT RAS Admin to view the active users after the
PPP PAP authentication is complete.
I was able to run the Netscape WWW client, J Junod's WS_FTP GUI FTP
client, and the Trumpet Telnet client sucessfully. The DNS name
resolution worked flawlessly.