DOS Dial 1.3

By Bernt Levinsson

Freeware 22 Jun 1998

In category

Applications in Delphi and BCB > Communications > Ports and Modems


DOS Dial uses installed Dialup Networking to dial a created entry. You use command line argument to see valid entries, or open Dialup networking folder to se the names you gived the entries. An entry is pass as an command line argument, eg; DDial -d:"My connection". DOS Dial then dial up, log on to the network and exit. Then you do some job in a batch file and then call DOS Dial again with the argument: DDial -H and the connection shuts down. A batch example:
  • x0d
  • @echo offx0d
  • clsx0d
  • DDial -d:"A Dialup networking connection to dial"x0d
  • @echo Start some ftp sessions...x0d
  • FTP.EXE -s:Ascript.srcx0d
  • DDial -H
Auto create script for MS FTP.EXE.


  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: FW
  • Size: 145 606kB

Operating systems:

  • Windows NT4
  • Windows 95
  • Windows 98