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Amazing Dialer Download - dial-up tool Amazing Dialer 1.80 - dial-up tool, Subcategory: Internet Dialers
Price: $29.00 (Free Trial) OS: 98/ME/NT/2000/XP Size: 1579 KB Version: 1.80
Amazing Dialer is a user-friendly Internet dialer. The program's features include: Support for multiple providers , Multiple phone numbers for each provider , Cost tracking , Auto reconnect feature , Sound alerts , Statistics for each connection , Performance graphs , Supports autodial feature , Launch programs at connect ...and many more. Plug-ins are available that enable Amazin Dialer to synchronize your system clock over the Internet and do some basic Internet functions like WHOIS, Ping etc.
Dialer2000 Download - internet dialer Dialer2000 2.1.1060 - internet dialer, Subcategory: Internet Dialers
Price: $12.70 (Free Trial) OS: 98/NT/ME/2000 Size: 1784 KB Version: 2.1.1060
Dialer 2000 is a powerful Internet dialer with many additional features. Once dialed in, it can keep your connection alive, provide statistics, automatically reconnect and much more. Dialer2000 also provides access to your email, not only can you check your POP account and retrieve new email headers, but you can also use it to send mail. Additional features include a launchbar to start your favorite applications, timed dial-up, IP address publishing and many more.
Flexiblesoft Dialer XP Lite 4.6 - Get connected to the Internet., Subcategory: Internet Dialers
Price: 24.97 OS: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinXP,WinNT 4.x,Win2000,Win2003 Size: 3209 KB Version: 4.6
Flexiblesoft Dialer XP Lite adds convenience to your everyday dial-up networking. This multi-functional dialer allows you to connect to the Internet with one click from the system tray. The program will monitor your connection, and automatically redial multiple numbers if you're bumped off-line. Its skinnable toolbar-style interface displays the current time and your actual connection speed. Flexiblesoft Dialer XP Lite also displays the amount of time you spent on-line. Flexiblesoft Dialer XP Lite can automatically open a number of applications once a connection is reached. For example, it'll run your browser and e-mail client, and instantly close them once you're off-line. Excellent for downloading, you can also schedule connections and disconnections for certain times, including off-peak hours. Flexiblesoft Dialer XP Lite is loaded with extra features, such as a tool that synchronizes your PC clock with timeservers on the Internet. There's also a Keep Alive function that prevents your ISP from disconnecting you. If compared to FlexibleSoft Dialer Lite 3.x, this new version features modified kernel and improved interface. We worked hard to make the program easier to use and more intuitive.
HiDialer 2000 Download - dial-up connection tool suite HiDialer 2000 3.2.18 build 1108 - dial-up connection tool suite, Subcategory: Internet Dialers
Price: $26.95 (Free Trial) OS: 98/ME/NT/2000/XP Size: 784 KB Version: 3.2.18 build 1108
HiDialer 2000 is a multipurpose dial-up utility, designed to assist you with connecting to the Internet. It allows you to easily establish your Internet connection by simply selecting it from a handy icon in your system tray and can automatically launch one or more of your favorite applications after an active connection is established (such as your browser or email program), and then close them after disconnection. In addition, you can schedule your computer to automatically connect to the Internet, adjust your computers clock to atomic time, redial lost connections and much more. HiDialer also comes with a built in "Keep alive" function, that prevents your ISP from disconnecting you due to inactivity on your side. Furthermore the program offers to log your connection activity, track your online costs (if any) and monitor your connection speed and session time. HiDialer is easy to set up and use, and provides a great array of essential tools to dial-up users.
NetLaunch Download - launch or close programs at dial-up NetLaunch 3.14e - launch or close programs at dial-up, Subcategory: Internet Dialers
Price: Free OS: Win 98 Size: 152 KB Version: 3.14e
Netlaunch sits idly in your system tray just waiting for you to make a Dial-Up Networking connection. When it senses a connect or disconnect event, it will launch or close programs that you've configured. The program can automatically reconnect a broken connection and provides quick access to multiple dial-up entries from the system tray.
Online Monitor Download - Online Monitor 1.0 - , Subcategory: Internet Dialers
Price: Free OS: 98/NT/ME/2000 Size: 361 KB Version: 1.0
Online Monitor keeps your PC Connected permanently to the internet. It detects your IP address and writes it to a text or HTML file, dial up to 4 different RAS entries to try to get a valid connection and optionally reboot your PC if it fails to connect for too long.
SP Dialer Download - internet dialer with time and cost calculator SP Dialer 1.40 - internet dialer with time and cost calculator, Subcategory: Internet Dialers
Price: $25.00 (Free Trial) OS: 98/ME/NT/2000/XP Size: 235 KB Version: 1.40
SP Dialer lets you connect to your Internet provider with one mouse click. It can restore your connection (redial) if the connection is severed, play a sound on connect and disconnect, launch programs after a connection has been established or terminated and monitor the connection quality. SP Dialer also calculates the time and cost of your Internet usage (with log and warning options) based on your defined tariff system (any number of tariffs for different days and time intervals) and can synchronize your system clock over the Internet. You can use it as your default dialer, and it can run as a convenient icon in the System Tray area of the Windows taskbar. Additional features include callback phone number support, proxy server and support for XP themes.
Virtual Modem 1.7 - A direct modem connection via the Internet, Subcategory: Internet Dialers
Price: 199.95 OS: WinXP,WinNT 4.x,Win2000,Win2003 Size: 736 KB Version: 1.7
There are many old data-centric applications that, for historical reasons, use direct modem connections to exchange data between Client and Server. Nowadays, local and global TCP/IP networks have made the direct modem connection obsolete. Here's why: When you use a direct modem connection, you need to have a physical modem installed on each PC that needs to exchange data. You also must use a physical phone line. This makes the line busy and may even be costly, if long distance calls are required. Modem transfers are also not secure. A hacker doesn't even need to have an access to your phone line. Your data can be easily intercepted with a remote phone line scanner. In a TCP/IP network, on the contrary, you can use the power of a VPN (Virtual Private Networking), SSH or any other secure tunnel to ensure privacy and security. There are a lot of reasons to move from a direct modem connection to TCP/IP networking. But, how can you do this without investing thousands into new software? Virtual Modem from FabulaTech provides a cheap and effective solution. This program creates virtual modems that use your local network or the Internet instead of a physical phone line. How does it work? The virtual modems are accessible to all the applications that work through a direct modem connection. Setup is no different from setting up a physical modem. You simply select a virtual COM port in your communication application settings. The application can control the virtual modem directly by sending AT commands or with TAPI (MS Windows Telephony API). Thus, Virtual Modem should work out-of-the-box for all your communication programs. One of the very useful Virtual Modem features is its "Address Book". The Address Book allows you to transparently translate phone numbers into IP addresses. You don't even have to change the phone numbers in your communication programs. Just put them into your Address Book.