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Java and Dial-up Networking

 
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Could someone point me in the right direction to find code that allows one to kick off Win9x dial-up networking to create an Internet connection.....and then disconnect when the tasks required are complete?
Thank you.
lw
 
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Hi i too am looking for the same utility.
Any HELP HELP!

Some thing similar to TAPI used in Microsoft VC.
If java does not have standard support is there access to any other Third party utility.
Thank you.
Ashish T.
 
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I would imagine you would have to do it this way
Load the windows dll which has this C function (don't know which off the top of my head)
Call that C function from java.
I imagine that this is the only way it can be done.
I hope it helps a small bit
 
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Thanks Dave.....
That is good advice. Is there an API for those functions published somewhere?
lw
 
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I don't know of any, but you could try the microsoft MSDN - msdn.microsoft.com. Or, I'm sure it is possible to find a tool which can list the exports for a DLL, though I think you will have to do a bit of work finding out what the parameters are

[This message has been edited by davesmith (edited March 30, 2000).]
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