>IBM ThinkPad 755CD
>W/3.1
>Personal Communications 4.1
>Hayes Autosync 33.6 PCMCIA Modem on Thinkpad
>UDS V.32 Sync modem at 400 (I also tried IBM modem and it works also)
>
>
>COULD NOT get it to work....for what ever reason.....
>
>Based on SEVERAL messages I got from this group, I am not the only
>one.......
>
>In fairness to the product, a couple of people actually said they had
>it working using W/95 but NOT autosync.......
>
>                        What does WORK
>
>The same hardware described above with MI 5250 Remote........
>I called these folks and they overnighted me a copy...
>I spent a total of 15 minutes doing the install and
>BOOM everthing works as advertised !!!!!!!! Made connection on
>first try.....
>
>I also received a copy of similar software from another vendor, 
>and I also tried their version..... again 15 minutes and I was
>up and running......
>
>In conclusion, if you want or need a fairly cheap way to connect using
>strickly pc gear, the above combination works and works very well....
>
>Not including the cost of the Thinkpad, total cost:
>2 modems $400  (retail)
>Software $450  (retail)

You could have saved a bundle going with Synapse WinAPPC (I sell, use,
support, and recommend it) because it only costs $199. retail using the
same modems.

Jerry



Jerry Draper, Trilobyte Software Systems, since 1976
Specializing in connecting PC's, Windows, MAC's, and LAN's to the AS/400
Representing Synapse, Apple, IBM, UDS, Nlynx, MI, DCI, Netsoft, etc.
(415) 457-3431; (415) 258-1658fax; jdraper@wco.com
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