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With the Internet Station's modem sharing feature you can use modems for faxing and data transmission to online services, just as if the modem were connected to your PC.
Modem sharing notes
- You must install the Modem Finder software to access Internet Station modems from your PC. You can install Modem Finder only on Windows* 95.
- Check the Modem Compatibility list before installing any modems in the Internet Station. The modem must be Windows* 95 and Hayes compatible.
- You cannot share the modem that is selected for Internet access. Any other modems installed in the Internet Station are available for modem sharing.
- The Internet Station supports only faxing and terminal programs designed for Windows* 95. You cannot use DOS or Windows 3.1 software.
Setting up a PC to share modems
You must install the Modem Finder software on each Windows 95 system that uses Internet Station modems to fax or connect to bulletin board services.
To install Modem Finder
- Insert the CD-ROM into a drive in your PC. If Setup doesn't start automatically, run SETUP.EXE from the CD.
- When you select components to install, select Install Modem Finder Software.
- Setup configures your PC to use the modems on the Internet Station and installs the Modem Finder program, which you can use to find the COM port that each Internet Station modem is mapped to.
- Click the Modem Finder icon on the task bar.
- Note the COM port of the modem you want to use in the Modem Finder information window.
Now you can use the modem just like a modem installed in your PC, specifying the COM port you noted above in Modem Finder.
To install modem drivers
- Open My Computer and open the Control Panel.
- Open the Modem icon.
- Under Hardware types, select Modem and click Next.
- Click "Don't detect my modem..." and click Next.
- Locate your modem in the list and select it. If it is not listed, select Standard Modem Types.
- In the list on the right, select Standard 9600 bps modem. This works for most modems, despite the listed speed.
- Click Next, and select an Internet Station port (COM 3, 4, 5, or 6). If you don't know which COM port to select, click the Modem Finder icon on the Windows task bar.
- After selecting a COM port in the Install New Modem window, click Next and Finish.
Using shared modems
Any Windows* 95 system on the network can use a shared modem, but only one system at a time can use a modem.
Sending a fax
If you install a fax modem in the Internet Station, you can send a fax from Windows 95.
To install fax software
- Open My Computer and open the Control Panel.
- Open Add/Remove Programs.
- Click the Windows Setup tab.
- Select the Microsoft* Exchange and Microsoft Fax components.
To send a fax
- Use the Print command in your word processor or other application.
- In printer options, select Microsoft* Fax. See your modem manual to see if you need to send any special instructions to the modem.
Connecting to Bulletin Boards
Use the HyperTerminal program to connect to bulletin boards.
To start HyperTerminal
- From the Start menu, select Programs.
- Select Accessories and HyperTerminal.
- Click HyperTerminal.
Connecting to the Internet
Once you have installed the Modem Finder software and installed modem drivers, you can set up your browser to access the Internet through a shared modem, just as you would with a modem connected to your PC. This lets you access a different ISP account on a separate phone line while other users browse through the shared Internet account.
- The shared modem must be different from the modem used for shared Internet access.
- The shared modem should be connected to a separate phone line, and you should use a different ISP account.
- Set up your browser for a dialup networking connection. (In Internet Explorer*, click Options on the View menu, and click the Connect tab.) Run Modem Finder to see what communications port to use for the modem.
Read the following warranty statements to make sure you understand the warranty provisions for your product.
Intel InBusiness™ Internet Station
(All regions except Europe)
LIMITED HARDWARE WARRANTY
Intel warrants to the original owner that the product delivered in this package will be free from defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year following the latter of: (i) the date of purchase only if you register by returning the registration card as indicated thereon with proof of purchase; or (ii) the date of manufacture; or (iii) the registration date if by electronic means provided such registration occurs within 30 days from purchase. This warranty does not cover the product if it is damaged in the process of being installed.
THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NONINFRINGEMENT, OR ANY WARRANTY ARISING OUT OF ANY PROPOSAL, SPECIFICATION OR SAMPLE.
This warranty does not cover replacement of products damaged by abuse, accident, misuse, neglect, alteration, repair, disaster, improper installation or improper testing. If the product is found to be otherwise defective, Intel, at its option, will replace or repair the product at no charge except as set forth below, provided that you deliver the product along with a return material authorization (RMA) number (see below) either to the company from whom you purchased it or to Intel. If you ship the product, you must assume the risk of damage or loss in transit. You must use the original container (or the equivalent) and pay the shipping charge. Intel may replace or repair the product with either a new or reconditioned product, and the returned product becomes Intel's property. Intel warrants the repaired or replaced product to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of the greater of: (i) ninety (90) days from the return shipping date; or (ii) the period of time remaining on the original one (1) year warranty.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. All parts or components contained in this product are covered by Intel's limited warranty for this product; the product may contain fully tested, recycled parts, warranted as if new. For warranty information call one of the numbers below.
Returning a Defective Product (RMA)
Before returning any product, contact an Intel® Customer Support Group and obtain an RMA number by calling:
North America only: +503 629-7000
Other regions except Europe:
Return material authorization will be handled via the dealer, or distributor where the product was purchased.
If the Customer Support Group verifies that the product is defective, they will have the Return Material Authorization Department issue you an RMA number to place on the outer package of the product. Intel cannot accept any product without an RMA number on the package.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND REMEDIES
INTEL SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY INDIRECT OR SPECULATIVE DAMAGES (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL AND SPECIAL DAMAGES) ARISING FROM THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, TORT, OR UNDER ANY WARRANTY, IRRESPECTIVE OF WHETHER INTEL HAS ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF ANY SUCH DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF USE, BUSINESS INTERRUPTIONS, AND LOSS OF PROFITS, NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, INTEL'S TOTAL LIABILITY FOR ALL CLAIMS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT. THESE LIMITATIONS ON POTENTIAL LIABILITIES WERE AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT IN SETTING THE PRODUCT PRICE. INTEL NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANYONE TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY OTHER LIABILITIES.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
This applies to: