Incoming Connection problem


G

Guest

hi, I am buiding a XPE images to be able to act as a simple RAS server to
accept incoming connection through a serial modem. I have included :

-RAS
"Dial-up Client for Windows"
"Dial-Up Networking Common Libraries"
"Primitive: Rasman"
"Remote Access Monitory"
"IP Router Monitor Library"

-RRAS
"Dial-up Server for Windows" (better use hotfix Q318138)
"Internet Protocol Network Address Translation"
"Internet Authentication Service (IAS) and Remote Access Common Files
"Network Routing"
"Routing Common Files"
"Routing Table Library"
"Connection Manager Runtime"
"Phone & Modem Control Panel"
"Primitive: Tapi32"
"TAPI User Interface"

And resolve these components' dependencies.

Also add
"RAS Async adapter"
"WAN Miniport"
"Primitive: Mpr"

which I found in a old thread. I use fullfil all the dependancy and have my
modem driver correctly installed.

When I setup a incoming connection and try to dial in, no response so I went
on and create a dial up connection to dial to my XP Pro Dev. PC, I got the
follwing error in the event log :
"Unable to open the port COM2 for use. The system cannot find the file
specified"

I also found that the "Routing and Remote Access" service cannot be start.

I try to add the dialer program to test and it works perfectly (dial and
accept incoming calls). I have also tested my serial port using hyperterminal
without any problem.

Any idea all the gurus out there ?

regards...
 
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K

KM

The list of the components you mentioned below looked complete to me, especially if you resolved all the component dependencies.

Then just a few thoughts:
- Do you have "Netbios Driver" and "Connection Manager Runtime" components in the configuration?
- If you have Service UI included, look at the RRAS service dependencies to see if any is missing (compare to RRAS on XP Pro)
- When you attempt to start RRAS, watch on the process with RegMon and FileMon. Maybe something is missing from your image.
- Check out Event Viewer for RRAS related errors.
- Search
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=...a=group=microsoft.public.windowsxp.embedded.*

KM
 
G

Guest

hello KM,
I have all the components you mention. I have just solved it by adding
"Plug and Play Sfotware Device Enumerator" ,"Local Network Bridge" componet
and fullfil all it dependancies.

thanks...
 
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K

KM

Got it.

Thanks for letting us know about the missing pieces. It will certainly help someone else in future.

KM
 

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