RE: DUN: Could not negotiate compatible set of network protocols

Eric Cowperthwaite ( )
Wed, 22 Apr 1998 13:37:28 -0700

You can simply install the modem as a USR sportster 33.6, rather than a
USR sportster x2, and it will provide the correct initialization strings to the
modem for V.34 connects.

Eric W. Cowperthwaite
Intellinet, Inc.
Sys Engineer

-----Original Message-----
From: matthew []
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 1998 1:32 PM
Subject: Re: DUN: Could not negotiate compatible set of network protocols

stupid question but did you lower the modem speed??


At 11:32 PM 4/22/98 +0800, you wrote:
>A potential customer of mine has problems connecting to us from his USR 56K
>modem to our USR 33.6 Sportster modems.
>Windows 95 tells him
>"Dial-Up Networking could not negotiate a compatible set of network
> protocols you specified in the Server Type settings. Check your
> network configuration in the Control Panel then try the connection
>I checked his settings and they are all fine. He's got TCP/IP and it's bound
>to the Dialup Adapter.
>He also picked the right Server Type in DUN.
>We also tried creating a new connectoid and it still won't work.
>Is this a problem with the 56K modem ? What else could be wrong ? How is
>this solved ?
>Danny Sinang
>President - Uplink Technologies, Inc.
>( Provider of "Clean" Internet Access )
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