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Invisible LAN Remote
a Invisible LAN Remote lets you extend the range of your network through serial ports and modems. Invisible LAN Remote can do two things:
* Connect a workstation to a network through serial ports and modems. This lets the workstation access resources on the network.
* Connect two networks together through serial ports and modems. This lets anyone on either network access resources on the other network.
Invisible LAN Remote is an add-on to the Invisible LAN operating system for DOS and Windows 3.X. Before installing Invisible LAN Remote, you must install the Invisible LAN operating system for DOS and Windows 3.X.
Invisible LAN Remote cannot run under Windows 95. However, Invisible LAN Remote can coexist on the network with other computers running Windows 95, and data for Windows 95 servers and workstations can pass through an Invisible LAN Remote serial link.
Caution: Invisible LAN Remote is a technically demanding product. In order to use it successfully, you must have considerable technical knowledge, including an understanding of serial communications and your modem's "AT" command set. l
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