Dial-Up Networking Monitor

Definition of Dial-up Networking Monitor in the Network Encyclopedia.

What is Dial-Up Networking Monitor?

Dial-Up Networking Monitor was a Microsoft Windows NT utility accessed through Control Panel that showed status information for an active dial-up networking session. Dial-Up Networking Monitor was one of the tools included in Windows NT when Remote Access Service (RAS) is installed on the machine.

Dial-Up Networking Monitor shows the following information:

  • The condition of the selected RAS device
  • Device and connection statistics in bytes and frames in and out
  • Accumulated device errors and overruns
  • The networks and users your devices are connected to
  • Preferences for status icons and sounds
Dial-Up Networking Monitor
Dial-Up Networking Monitor

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Note: Deprecated technology.


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