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1. Run Virtual Modem program.

Virtual Modem

2. Click Add Virtual Modem button. Choose virual serial port which will be used as virtual modem.

Note: In order to allow this virtual modem accepting of incoming connections from other virtual modems, check Accept "incoming calls" option and specify TCP-port which will be used by this modem.

3. Enable option Connect to this remote address for all "outgoing calls" and specify IP address and TCP-port of remote virtual modem.

Virtual Modem adding

4. Click OK to create virtual modem.

5. Configure communications application to use virtual COM port (or virtual modem, if it uses TAPI).

6.1. Making a Call
Now make a call in your communications application. Virtual modem will automatically connect to remote virtual modem specified by option Connect to this remote address for all "outgoing calls".

6.2. Accepting Incoming Call
Communications application must be configured to automatically answer on incoming call (or it must be a possibility to answer a call manually).

Note: Auto-answer can be configured in majority of communications applications setting modem's register S0 to 1 in modem initialization string.
Example of initialization string: ATS0=1

Important! Once created virtual modems are operable at each system startup.

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