dial-up software


DialupMon – added 12/27/2005

Ever forgot to disconnect from the internet with your modem and running up your phone bill? All of us have at some time connected to the internet and then got side tracked with something else, just to see hours later that you are still connected! You specifiy the amount of time before DialupMon will prompt you to disconnect. If you choose to cancel the auto-disconnect then DialupMon will automatically extent your connection time and prompt you again later. If you are not there when this prompt is shown it will disconnect automatically! DialupMon will also show you all the connection information.


TICK – added 8/15/2005

TICK is simply the ultimate dial up enhancer for Windows 95 / 98 / NT4 / 2000 / XP or Millennium-Me. Logs all dial up networking calls including length and cost of call and the amount of data transferred. Uses no runtime files and has POP3 mail checker, finger, ping, web notify tools, popup digital display, password database, IP Address finder, context sensitive help and lots more.


ConnectBuddy – added 10/3/2005

ConnectBuddy is a free program that simulates Internet activity to prevent you from being disconnected from your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Some ISPs will disconnect you if you spend a little too long reading a Web page or just a few minutes away from the computer. Even unlimited access ISP accounts are often signed off if they are inactive for a period of time.


ConnectionMonitor – added 8/5/2005

ConnectionMonitor pings hosts at regular intervals, to determing if your connection is working, and generate a log of the results.


ConnectBuddy – added 5/14/2005

ConnectBuddy is a program that simulates Internet activity to prevent you from being disconnected from your Internet Service Provider (ISP).


Connection Keeper – added 5/25/2004

Connection Keeper prevents your Internet connection from appearing idle or inactive. It does this using almost no bandwidth or system resources. If a connection is lost, Connection Keeper can automatically dial back in. It can even automatically simulate a button click to close popup windows (such as those asking if you wish to remain connected).


42 Always Connected Plug (AC-Plug) – added 11/30/2002

Usually ISPs disconnect users if they are not active for a certain period of time. This software prevents the disconnection from happening. The “AC-Plug” sends periodic signals that will keep your internet connection active. The program with its TWO button interface is extremely easy to use and requires no technical configuration ! AC Plug runs in the Windows tray, uses the global windows internet settings and does (almost) everything else automatic


Stay Live 2000 – added 11/4/2003

Does your Internet Service Provider drop your dial-up connection after what seems like only nanoseconds of account inactivity? Stay Live 2000 keeps your Internet Dial-Up Connection active and on-line by periodically sending a small TCP/IP packet to one of the many Atomic Clocks maintained by the United States Government. Sending these small packets prevents your ISP from dropping your connection due to inactivity.


Netintact – added 12/30/2002

NetIntact makes sure you’re always connected to the Internet. It keeps your connection alive by using f.e.d’s StayIn Technology. NetIntact gives you easy access to the Windows IpConfig.exe commands.


Fonxl Call Display Screen Saver – added 9/12/2002

The Fonxl Call Display Screen Saver turns your computer into a Call Display unit using your computer’s modem. This fully functional, easy-to-use software combines an elegant translucent design with powerful Call Display technology. The screen saver logs incoming calls, allowing to return the calls with a single push of button. Find who was calling by using the Reverse Lookup service.