Using a Modem to connect to BCCNA

Each time you dial in you will get a different modem, unless only the one modem is idle. You can use the 'go who' command to find out the number of modems currently in operation. Here are some tips and suggestions that should help if you are having problems connecting to 'British Columbia Community Networks Association'.
Here's how to connect to BCCNA using
an IBM-Compatible running DOS, Windows 3.1(1) Win95 or OS/2
a Macintosh
an Apple II computer
a Commodore 64/128
Communications Software
Places to find Communications Software
BCCNA's Public Download Area
Communications Software Evaluations & Reporting
Recently updated Connection documentation
Apple II Communications Software
Commodore Communications Software
DOS Communications Software
Linux Communications Software
Macintosh Communications Software
OS/2 Communications Software
Windows 3.1(1) Communications Software
Windows 95 Communications Software

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