This article is from the Windows NT Internet FAQ, by email@example.com (Steve Scoggins) with numerous contributions by others.
You will need to edit the switch.inf file in winnt35/system32/ras
and add an entry for your slip/ppp login script. The section you
add must have a label followed by your actual script commands.
Reference the rasphone.hlp help file and the pad.inf file in
winnt35/system32/ras for additional information.
The Microsoft NT V3.5 resource kit (when it is released) will
have additional documentation on the switch.inf file and the
The switch.inf script is as follows:
Substitute your USERNAME, PASSWORD, and IP Address
Note, this script will need to be modified to match your slip
providers login sequence.
; Wait until we get the "username:" prompt
; Give the username and wait for "password:" prompt
; Give the password and ignore response (we're done)
; Wait for "Alpine>" send the SLIP command
; Wait for my IP address
; CONNECT response means that the connection completed fine.
; ERROR_DIAGNOISTICS response means connection attempt failed
; - the DIAGNOSTIC information will be extracted from the
; response and sent to the user.
; ERROR_NO_CARRIER means that the remote modem hung up.
; ERROR responses are for generic failures.
RAS PHONEBOOK SETTINGS for a SLIP connection to Evergreen
using Windows NT
Entryname: Evergreen Modem Settings: Modem type Microcom Deskporte FAST 28.8K UART type: 16550 on Com2 Enable hardware flow control yes Enable modem error control yes Enable modem compression yes Baud rate 57600 (use 19200 baud if you do not have a 16550 UART chip for your selected COM port) Network Settings: SLIP Force header compression yes Use default gateway yes Frame Size = 1006 Security Settings: Accept any authentication including clear text yes Terminal or Script Before Dialing none After Dialing Evergreen