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D-Link DCF-560M User Manual

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Package Contents
Please ensure that the following items are included
in your package. If any items are missing , pls.
contact your dealer.
• 1 -DCF – 560M CompactFlash 56K Modem
• 1 - Analog Phone Cable
• 1 - User's manual
• 1 - Quick Installation Guide
• 1 - Registration Card



Summary of Contents for D-Link DCF-560M

  • Page 1 Introduction Package Contents Please ensure that the following items are included in your package. If any items are missing , pls. contact your dealer. • 1 -DCF – 560M CompactFlash 56K Modem Card • 1 - Analog Phone Cable • 1 - User’s manual •...
  • Page 2: Hardware Installation

    Installation Hardware Installation Firmly insert the DCF-560M into the CompactFlash slot on top of your pocket PC with the 50-pin connector facing the CompactFlash slot. You will hear a click when firmly connected. Please Press YES” “ to skip the warning message.
  • Page 3 Connect the analog phone cable to RJ-11 of the DCF-560M. And insert the other end of the analog phone cable into a standard telephone outlet. — 3 —...
  • Page 4: Configuring A Modem Connection On Your Pocket Pc

    Your Pocket PC On your Pocket PC, tap the Start” “ button and choose Settings. Click the Connections” tab “ and choose “ Modem” icon. Note: Consult with your network administrator for specific settings. — 4 —...
  • Page 5 3. Click “ Connection…” — 5 —...
  • Page 6 Type a name in the Enter a name for the connection text box. Choose CompactFlash 56K Modem from the Select a modem list. Choose Baud Rate for your CF modem. For example: 115200. Click the Advanced” button. “ — 6 —...
  • Page 7 Click the Name “ Servers” tab. According to your ISP account, input appropriate address if necessary. Click OK“at top “ right to continue. — 7 —...
  • Page 8 10. Click the Next” “ button. — 8 —...
  • Page 9 11. Type in your local ISP access number. 12. Click Next” to “ continue. 13. Click Finish” to “ complete the process… — 9 —...
  • Page 10 Email Launch the Inbox” “ from your Pocket PC. Click Services, followed by New Service from the menu. Click Next” “ In the Server Field, enter the incoming mail server (usually a POP3) and your User ID and Password. If you are having problems, please contact your ISP.
  • Page 11 Leave the Domain name blank unless you are connecting to a Microsoft NT server. The SMTP server will usually be the same as your POP3 server but check with your ISP to make sure. The return address is the email you can be reached at.
  • Page 12 The last screen has options for email retrieval. You can select the options on how you view mail. If you choose Get Full “ Copy of Messages”, you download the entire email. If you choose Get Message “ Headers Only”, you download only the summary of the email.
  • Page 13 If you use Microsoft Outlook, check “ Message Requests” if you want to retrieve and respond to meeting requests. Check Get File “ Attachments” if you wish to download file attachments. This may slowdown your download time. — 13 —...
  • Page 14: Connecting To Activesync Using A Modem

    Modem Before you begin: Setup a partnership between your device and the desktop computer using serial cable, cradle, or infrared connection. See Microsoft ActiveSync Help if you have more questions. If your computer is running Windows NT 4.0, you need to install Remote Access Service (RAS).
  • Page 15 to work with ActiveSync If your computer is running Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000, you will need to configure RAS to work with ActiveSync. If your computer is running Windows 95/98, you will need to configure DUN to work with ActiveSync. Configure RAS and modem equipment on Windows NT 4.0 There are three steps:...
  • Page 16 Click Start”, Settings”, and then “ “ Control Panel”. “ Double-click the Network icon. If you see a Network Configuration Wizard, then continue below. Otherwise, skip to the next section because networking is already installed. In the Network Configuration box, click Yes”.
  • Page 17 TCP/IP Protocol and clear all other options. Click Next” three times to start installing “ the selected components. In the Windows NT Setup box, enter the directory where your Windows NT source files are located and then click Continue”. “ 10.
  • Page 18 Address box, enter 15. In the Subnet Mask box, enter 16. Make sure the Default Gateway box is cleared. 17. Click Next’ on the next three dialog boxes, “ and then click Finish’ to complete the “ Networking Wizard. 18.
  • Page 19 Configuring Remote Access Server (RAS) Click Start”, Settings”, and then “ “ Control Panel’ “ Double-click the Network icon. Then click Services” Tab. “ From the Network Services list, select Remote Access Service and then click Properties” If Remote Access Service is “...
  • Page 20 Click OK”, then leave the Remote Access “ Setup dialog box open. In the Remote Access Setup, select your modem. 10. Click Configure”, select Receive calls “ only, and then click OK. 11. In the Remote Access Setup dialog box, click Network”.
  • Page 21 the End box, enter 16. Clear Allow remote clients to request a predetermined IP address. 17. Accept the default (recommended) responses for any messages that appear. 18. Click Continue”, and then click “ “ 19. Restart your desktop computer when prompted and reinstall any Windows NT 4.0 Service Packs.
  • Page 22 account. Clear Account Disabled, and then clear User Must Change Password at Next Logon. Select Password Never Expires. Delete any passwords in the Password and Confirm Password boxes. Click Dialin”. “ Select Grant dialin permission to user and No Call Back. Configuring RAS on Windows 2000 Configure the desktop computer for incoming connections...
  • Page 23 Control Panel”. “ Double-click the Network and Dial-up Connections icon. Click Make New Connection”. “ Select Accept incoming connections and click Next”. “ Select the modem from the list of devices, and click Next”. “ Select options for allowing Virtual Private Connections, and click Next”.
  • Page 24 selected, click Next”, and then Finish”. “ “ Configure DUN on Windows 95/98 To call a modem attached to a desktop computer running Windows 95/98: Install Dial-Up Adapter networking components. Ensure the Dial-Up Adapter is enabled. Install TCP/IP. Check TCP/IP settings. Enable the Dial-Up Server.
  • Page 25 Install Dial-Up Adapter networking components Windows 95 should download the Microsoft Dial-Up Networking 1.3 Upgrade for Windows 95 from the Microsoft Web site. Windows 98 includes this update. Click Start”, Settings”, Control Panel”, “ “ “ and then double-click the Network”...
  • Page 26 Ensure the Dial-Up Adapter is enabled Click Start”, Settings”, Control Panel”, “ “ “ and then double-click the System” icon. “ Make sure Dial-Up Adapter is enabled. Click the Device Manager” tab, and “ then double-click Network adapters”. “ Double-click Dial-Up Adapter”.
  • Page 27 Click Start”, Settings”, Control Panel”, “ “ “ and then double-click the Network” icon. “ Look in the list of installed network components for TCP/IP -> Dial-Up Adapter. If this entry exists, skip to the next section. On the Configuration tab, click Add. Select Protocol, and then click Add”.
  • Page 28 Check the TCP/IP settings Click Start”, Settings”, Control Panel”, “ “ “ and then double-click the Network” icon. “ In the list of installed network components on the Configuration tab, double-click Up Adapter”. On the Bindings tab, select only one entry that includes TCP/IP.
  • Page 29 and then double-click the Network” icon. “ On the Configuration tab, select TCP/IP -> Dial-up Adapter, and then click Properties”. “ Click the IP Address” tab, make sure that “ Obtain an IP address automatically is selected, and then close all boxes. Close all programs and restart your desktop computer.
  • Page 30 and then double-click the Add/Remove “ Programs” icon. Click Windows Setup”, double-click “ Communications and check the Dial-Up “ Server” option. Double click My Computer” on the “ Windows Desktop. Double click Dial-Up Networking”. “ Click Connections”, and then click “...
  • Page 31 Access Control tab of the Network control panel, use Change Password to protect access to your PC. If User Level Access is enabled, you must follow these next steps to create a user account before using a modem to connect your mobile device to your computer.
  • Page 32 device. See the Help menu in the ActiveSync window for more instructions. — 32 —...
  • Page 33: Technical Specification

    Technical Specification Modem Standards Asynchronous ● Hayes AT command set ● Character Format ● ITU-T V.32bits ● Up to 10 bits, including ● ITU-T V.34 Data, start, stop, and ● ITU-T V.34+ parity bits ● ITU-T V.90 Error Correction Tones Detected ●...
  • Page 34 Operation Modes Ringer Equivalence ● Asynchronous ● 0.3B ● Full-Duplex ● Automatic and manual call originate ● Automatic and manual answer Pulse Dialing Rate Receive Sensibility ● 10 pps or 20 pps ● -43 dBm ● 39/61 or 33/67 Make- to-Break ratio Operating Environment ●...
  • Page 35: Contacting Technical Support

    Contacting Technical Support You can find software updates and user documentation on the D-Link website. D-Link provides free technical support for customers within the United States and within Canada for the duration of the warranty period on this product. U.S. and Canadian customers can contact D-Link technical support through our web site, or by phone.
  • Page 36 The customer must submit with the product as part of the claim a written description of the Hardware defect or Software nonconformance in sufficient detail to allow D-Link to confirm the same, along with proof of purchase of the product (such as a copy of the dated purchase invoice for the product) if the product is not registered.
  • Page 37 Warranty provides specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Trademarks: D-Link is a registered trademark of D-Link Systems, Inc. Other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
  • Page 38 Registration Product registration is entirely voluntary and failure to complete or return this form will not diminish your warranty rights. 020905 D-Link Systems, Inc.