Re: Direct Serial & DUN
From: KM (konstmor_at_nospam_yahoo.com)
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 13:37:12 -0800
Not started RRAS is likely the reason for you to not have the DUN working.
Do you have all the components listed in this thread?
I did test DUN a while ago with XPProEmulation image (www.xpefiles.com) on SP1. I don't think you'd appreciate me posting the
project component list as it is more than 2300 components there. But you can give it a try if you have time.
Btw, what dll could not be loaded?
Also, please check your FBALog to see if there were any errors related to RAS.
-- Regards, KM, BSquare Corp. PS. Just in case, verify that the "Plug and Play Sfotware Device Enumerator" and "Local Network Bridge" components are included in your configuration with all their dependencies resolved. > Hi, > > I have been trying to get Dial-up networking and a (client) direct serial > connection working on my XPe image but have been unable to. > > Symptoms > DUN connections fail with error 31. If I use the modems client utility > that came with the pccard it indicates that there was an authentication > problem. > > The Routing and Remote Access service wont start. The Event log says that > a dll could not be loaded even though its in the system32 folder. > > When I create a direct connection it allows me to select COM1 but if I then > edit the connection later in "network connections" it says that com1 doesn't > exist. > > I've used Hyperterminal in the XPe image and can communicate with an other > computer with the serial port. > > I have XP Pro running on the same system and I'm able to use DUN and the > direct serial connection to another computer. > > I have followed the various links and have included every component that was > suggested. I have also added the hardware, application, networking, shell, > windows application etc... compatibility macro components and still it > doesn't work. > > Does anyone have a working configuration that uses DUN or direct serial > connections? If so can you post your component list so I can see what I'm > missing? > > Thanks, > Ed.