NGTERM Specification/Data Sheet
NGTERM - Main Features
can communicate directly to the host REAL/32 server via a standard
null modem RS232 cable connected to the local Windows COMx ports. Depending on
the speed of the local machine, speeds of up to 115Kb can be achieved. Buffered
UART chips are strongly recommended for the local PC.
Modem Lines/ Leased
Lines & ISDN
will support any Windows compatible modem for dial-up links, which has been
installed under the host Windows systems. NGTERM will initialise the modem and
perform the dialing and connection sequence with minimal user input. It can
maintain a list of phone numbers with associated descriptions. The user can
select from the list to dial the appropriate number. This can be used in a
support organisation, for example, to maintain a list of customer sites. A
standard modem cable is used to connect the modem with the local COM 1 COM2,
COM3 or COM4 port. The COM port MUST have buffered UARTS for NGTERM to function
correctly. Alternatively, an internal modem can be used configured as a COM 1
COM2, COM3 or COM4 port, including PCMCIA modems.
leased lines, an appropriate line driver must be used. NGTERM functions as
though it has a direct serial connection.
lines require a suitable ISDN Terminal Adapter (TA). This is a digital version
of a modem. TA's are used very much like dial-up modems and use standard
initialisation and dial strings. Consult your ISDN provider for a suitable TA.
uses the TCP/IP networking protocol when used across a network link and can be
used the Internet to connect to an Internet connected REAL/32 server.
IMS Connectivity Extension Pack contains a suitable TCP/IP networking stack and
low level drivers for a wide range of networking cards for REAL/32 has the networking built it..
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