- Nov 14, 2008
O one thing .. your icon in the system tray (by the clock) the pop up on mouse over says notifyIcon1
I'm not using RASPPPoE on Windows XP and I'm able to dial more than 1 PPPoE account by simply modifying the registry and then restarting.Error 633: THe modem (or other connecting device) is already in use or is not configured properly
This might be due to it setting up the routes separately for each interface. eg. it would start setting up the routes for the international connection, check the settings and then set up the routes for the local connection.The newest version of the app freezes when setting up the local routes, it stops about halfway, freezes for a few seconds and then runs normally again after the routes have been setup.
Unfortunately the detection is done with the DotRAS library and I have experienced the same thing every now and then. I can't place when and why it would happen.The app has some difficulty detecting when a connection is disconnected in windows.
Unfortunately that is the stupid limitation of the OneClick setup that I'm using. I've mentioned in one of my earlier posts that I would like to replace that stupid setup with a decent NSIS installer. The installer should also modify the registry's WanEndpoints accordingly.Isn't it possible to save the settings and routes and not delete it when the program uninstalls or ask if it should be kept for a future install?
As from Beta 6.3 it would only show the notification once and once only. If you restart the app, it won't show it again.Can the notification in the taskbar that displays when the program is minimized be disabled?
u cant bridge that routertrying to use the program now for the first time after using route sentry with my telkom issued premium combo marconi router.. I managed to set RS up fine there but it stopped working 2 days ago.
We now got a Billion 7401VGP router (MWEB VOIP router), but i cant find where the heck to set this thing to bridge mode or how to set it up to allow a program like this to work..
any suggestions at all, or will i have to buy myself a new router?
I aint that clued up with all the technical stuff with networks etc, so step by step would be greatly appreciated ;-)