Re: newcomer

Mario Gaucher (mario.gaucher@writeme.com)
Thu, 01 May 97 23:55:16 -0400


On Thu, 01 May 97 13:28:07 -0400, Milton Forte II wrote:

>>>What is the best method of dealing with the internet provider timing out
>>>after 10-15 minutes of no communication?
>
>>My solution is to set my email program to check for mail every 5 minutes and
>>leave it open.
>
>Or use a web page that refreshes ifself. Or use the INJOY dialer to 'dial on
>demand'.

DOD did not work for me with OS/2 deschall client... when I use this
feature of In-Joy, deschal4.exe (or deschal5.exe) get the same keys 2+
times in a row!

In-Joy settings:
Timeout.: 40 secs
[X] Dial On Demand (DOD)
[X] Refresh interface
[X] Masquerading (single user)
[X] Display DOD indicator

ex:
****************************
Processor 1 -- 2^24 complementary pairs of keys starting with 64435BF2C4010101
........Processor 1 -- Elapsed time: 76 seconds
Processor 1 -- Key not found
Processor 1 -- 2^24 complementary pairs of keys starting with 64435BF2C4010101
........Processor 1 -- Elapsed time: 74 seconds
Processor 1 -- Key not found
Processor 1 -- 2^25 complementary pairs of keys starting with 64465B3E31010101
................Processor 1 -- Elapsed time: 146 seconds
Processor 1 -- Key not found
Processor 1 -- 2^25 complementary pairs of keys starting with 64465B3E31010101
................Processor 1 -- Elapsed time: 145 seconds
Processor 1 -- Key not found
Processor 1 -- 2^25 complementary pairs of keys starting with 64465B3E31010101
****************************

What's the problem?

- - - - -
We geniuses are always misunderstood.

Mario Gaucher [Membre TeamOS/2] | Pour avoir ma clef PGP publique
Drummondville, Quebec, Canada | "Demande PGP Mario" dans le
http://www.drummond.com/os2/ | sujet du message