MarshallSoft Dialup Networking (DUN) Component for C/C++. Version 2.1, 6/7/2002.Invoke 32-bit Windows Dialup Networking (DUN) from your application code to dial up any installed Internet Service Provider (ISP).
MarshallSoft Dialup Networking (DUN) Component for C/C++. Version 2.1, 6/7/2002.Invoke 32-bit Windows Dialup Networking (DUN) from your application code to dial up any installed Internet Service Provider (ISP). MarshallSoft Dialup Networking (DUN) Component for C/C++. For more information, see www.marshallsoft.com/mdd4c.htm.
SpotDialup enumerates, displays logins and recovers passwords for Dial-Up, Internet and virtual private network access, provides users with information about network connection properties, such as connection names, domains, phone numbers.
An integrated gateway solution that guarantees network security, Internet control, web and spam filtering, accurate accounting and statistics of each user’s connection, effective traffic and time savings. It gives control, economy and protection.
Dial-up Password Recovery Master is a dependable password recovery solution for network and dial-up connections. Most networks use authentication and authorization to allow or deny access to the Internet, network or other computers.
HS TFTP is a software library in C (supplied with full source code) which implements Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) over UDP socket layer according to RFC 1350. Support for client and server side for both file get and put are provided.
HS FTP is a C/C++ library which implements the client side of the File Transfer Protocol over TCP socket layer according to RFC 959. The library allows a user application to connect to remote FTP servers.
Erics TelNet98 is the sophisticated Telnet and SSH client for Intranets and the Internet. Features include: Windows Sockets based ANSI and SCO-ANSI compatible terminal emulation with an easy to use interface.
Global networks and almost immediate communication worldwide are as common as toasters and remote controllers these days. It is hardly possible to find a person who have never heard of Internet and related technology.
Make a ITF-14 (EAN-14, UCC-14, EAN-14) and save it as a high resolution bitmap image (*.bmp, *.jpg, *.png, *.tif) or as a vector barcode (*.emf, *.eps), print the barcode on labels and you will be able to include an image on the label.