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Establish a dial-up connection.
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To configure and administer incoming connections on a computer running Windows XP Professional, you use the New Connection Wizard (which was discussed in detail in Lesson 1). On the Network Connection Type page (refer to Figure 15-7), click Set Up An Advanced Connection, and then click Next. The New Connection Wizard displays the Advanced Connection Options page (see Figure 15-14).
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On the Advanced Connection Options page, click Accept Incoming Connections, and then click Next to display the Devices For Incoming Connection page.
Configuring Devices for Incoming Connections
The Devices For Incoming Connections page allows you to choose one of the available devices on your computer to accept incoming calls. If the device you select is configurable, click Properties to configure it. For example, if you have selected a modem, the possible options to configure in the device s Properties dialog box include port speed, error correction, use of compression, and the type flow control. The Advanced tab contains additional configurable options, which might include the number of data bits, the parity, the number of stop bits, and the modulation type.
Allowing VPN Connections
When you are finished configuring the device, click OK to close the Properties dialog box, and then click Next in the Devices For Incoming Connection page (see Figure 15-15). The New Connection Wizard displays the Incoming Virtual Private Network (VPN) Connection page. If you click Allow Virtual Private Connections, Windows XP Professional
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modifies Windows Firewall so that your computer can send and receive VPN traffic. Select the option either to allow or not allow VPN connections, and then click Next.
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Configure the device that the incoming connection will use.
Specifying User Permissions and Callback Options
You must specify which users can use this inbound connection in the User Permissions page. After you select a user, click Properties. In the user-name Properties dialog box, click the Callback tab to set the callback options. You can choose Do Not Allow Callback, Allow The Caller To Set The Callback Number, or Always Use The Following Callback Number. Enabling callback causes the remote server, in this case your computer, to disconnect from the client calling in, and then to call the client computer back. By using callback, you can have the bill for the phone call charged to the office phone number rather than to the phone number of the user who called in. Callback can also be used to increase security because if you specify the callback number you do not have to worry about someone trying to break in. Even if an unauthorized user calls in, the system calls back at the number you specified, not the number of the unauthorized user.
Selecting Networking Software
After you specify the callback options, click Next. The New Connection Wizard displays the Networking Software page. You can choose the networking software you want to enable for incoming connections. You can also install additional networking software by clicking Install. Click Finish to create the connection.
Lesson 2
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Practice: Configuring an Inbound Connection
In this practice, you use the New Connection Wizard to configure an inbound connection. 1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel. 2. In the Control Panel window, click Network And Internet Connections. 3. In the Network And Internet Connections window, click Network Connections. 4. In the Network Connections window, click Create A New Connection. Windows XP Professional starts the New Connection Wizard. 5. On the Welcome To The New Connection Wizard page, click Next. The New Connection Wizard displays the Network Connection Type page. 6. Click Set Up An Advanced Connection, and then click Next. The New Connection Wizard displays the Advanced Connection Options page. 7. Ensure that Accept Incoming Connections is selected, and then click Next. The New Connection Wizard displays the Devices For Incoming Connections page. 8. Select the modem device option for your computer in the Connection Devices list, and then click Next.
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