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Modem Pooling Feature Comparison





Includes unlimited Client Redirectors Yes   Yes
Supports IPv6 and IPv4 Yes    
Supports multiple Modem Pools Yes Yes  
Supports user authentication Yes Yes  
Supports SSL/TLS data encryption Yes Yes  
Allows dialing restrictions/rules Yes Yes  
Allows inbound call blocking Yes    
Allows viewing all active connections Yes Yes Yes
Allows disconnecting users on demand Yes Yes  
Allows disconnecting after inactivity Yes Yes  
Logs all user/client activity Yes    
Logs all dialed phone numbers Yes Yes  
Supports logging to any ODBC database Yes    
Compatible with MS SQL Server Yes Yes  
Allows virtual phone number remapping Yes    
Includes real time log viewer Yes    
Allows modem pools to be shared with RAS Yes Yes Yes
Compatible with Windows user accounts Yes Yes  
Compatible with Active Directory domains Yes    
Includes client diagnostics server test Yes   Yes
Supports multiple server failover Yes    
Supports DOS applications under NTVDM Yes    
Supports Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP/Server Yes   Yes
Supports Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP/2000 and Windows Server Yes    
Supports Citrix Metaframe Yes    
Supports VMware Yes    
Supports Unix/Linux clients Yes    

All three products are Client/Server solutions for pooling modems connected to a PC to other PC's over a Windows network. MPNT is a legacy product that we will continue to support and we offer a free upgrade path to NetModem. MPNT requires that the Server portion of the Modem Pooling software is installed on a Windows Server, while NetModem and ModemServe do not require Windows Server.

The MPTS product (Modem Pooling for Terminal Services), is not included in the comparison, because it is specific to a Terminal Server or Citrix Metaframe environment.

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