DialUp and callback...

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by PaulvanLoo, Dec 12, 2001.

  1. PaulvanLoo

    PaulvanLoo Guest


    I installed Windows XP recently and am trying to configure it to call the Network of the company I work for, which in return disconnects and wants to call back.
    The connection is established, username and password seem to be ok, followed by a disconnect and an errormessage 619 (several non-valid arguments). My internetconnection to my ISP works fine, so the modem as well as dialup is ok.
    Has anyone of you configured XP to establish a connection with a remote network (not being the internet) via a callback from the server you're trying to connect to? If so, please tell me how!!!!!!


  2. Lonman

    Lonman Bleh!

    You may need to contact your company's System administrator and see if you're using the right protocols, etc, to connect to that system. He or she should also be able to help you set it up.
  3. PaulvanLoo

    PaulvanLoo Guest

    Protocol is fine as W98/ME works


    Thanks for your respons, but it doesn't work anymore since I installed Win XP. I used to use Win 98/ME and the connection to my company works fine when using Win 98/ME. A collegue of mine has (almost) the same problem with Win 2000, and he also has a PC with W98 which also works fine when connecting to the company network