Definitions for "Dial-Up Networking"
A component in Windowsâ that enables you to connect your computer to a network via a modem. If your computer is not connected to a LAN and you want to connect to the Internet, you need to configure Dial-Up Networking (DUN) to dial a Point of Presence (POP) and log into your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Your ISP will need to provide certain information, such as the gateway address and your computer's IP address.
(DUN) - Computer networking that relies on communication through ordinary telephone lines via modem.
Dial-Up Networking (DUN) is a component of Windows 95/98/NT4 that enables your computer to connect to the Internet via a modem, or other communications device. BTopenworld Dial-Up-Software automatically configures Dial Up Networking for you.