View Full Version : Win2000 Incoming Connection

20-11-2001, 04:35 PM
Hi there
I am trying to get my Win98 laptop to dial in to my Win2000 Professional PC.
The laptop connects fine over a LAN.

On the Win2000 PC I've created an 'Incoming Connections' connection with the
following settings:
I've selected a modem
NOT allowed VPN
Allowed a user
Do not require all users to secure their passwords and data
Selected TCPIP, File and printer sharing and client for MS networks
Under TCPIP: do not allow callers to access LAN
Assign IP addresses automatically.

On the laptop I've created a dial-up with these settings:
Type of Dialup: PPP, Internet, Win NT server, Win 98
NOT log on to network
YES enable software compression
NOT require encrypted pwd
NOT require data encryption
Use only TCPIP
TCPIP settings: Server assigned IP address
Server assigned name server
Use IP header compression
Use default gateway on remote network.

However whenever I try to connect the PCs will attempt connection then get
Error 720; DUN could not negotiate a compatible set of network protocols you
specified in the Server Type settings.

The Win2000 Event log says
The user XXX connected to port COM1 has been disconnected because no network
protocols were successfully negotiatated.

Any suggested solutions?



20-11-2001, 05:16 PM
you have tcp/ip installed on both pc's?