Windows PPP server listening on TCP port?

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Windows PPP server listening on TCP port?

Postby superfury » 2017-11-30 @ 14:11

Is it possible to get working on Windows, without a physical serial connection?

https://github.com/dreamlayers/em-dosbox/issues/32

I think that jbaicoianu was linking to such a way, but the link is broken...
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Re: Windows PPP server listening on TCP port?

Postby superfury » 2017-11-30 @ 17:04

Thinking about it, can't I set up Dosbox-X, install Windows 95 in it and setup a passthrough between dial-up(modem listening on used TCP port, e.g. 23) and the NE2000 network card? Would that be possible? Then it's a simple virtual ISP to pass SLIP/PPP to using a normal TCP connection(from Dosbox or UniPCemu)?
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Re: Windows PPP server listening on TCP port?

Postby superfury » 2017-12-02 @ 15:01

Is there e.g. a winpcap-based server that listens on a TCP port for incoming connections, transmitting it's data(converting between slip and raw packet data transparently) and sending/receiving said data to the network using the pcap functionality? So you can open a connection on said TCP port(connecting to the server), send and receive raw TCP/IP packets wrapped in the SLIP protocol on that connection, which the app then sends/receives one packet at the time into the outside world(internet or ethernet)? That way, you could use e.g. Dosbox Arachne to dial to said server using it's serial modem and browse the net?

Or would I have to write one myself?
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