Posted On 2007-04-24 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Command Reference
Tags: Windows Commandline Windows
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Manage Remote Access Service (RAS) connections.
This is a part of the Dial-Up Networking service, typically used to connect a PC to an Internet Service Provider.

Dial a RAS connection:
RASPHONE [-v] -f PhoneBook_file -d "PhoneBook_entry"

Hang up a RAS connection:
RASPHONE [-v] -f PhoneBook_file -h "PhoneBook_entry"

Display RAS Status dialogue box

Other RAS options:
RASPHONE [-v] -f PhoneBook_file options "PhoneBook_entry"

-a : Add new PhoneBook entry
-e : Edit an existing PhoneBook entry
-c : Clone an existing PhoneBook entry
-r : Delete/remove an existing PhoneBook entry
-v : Disable - ''grey out'' the option to rename the PhoneBook_entryTo use this command requires that Dial Up Networking Service be installed (via Control Panel - Networking)

The default location for PhoneBook entries is %SystemRoot%\System32\ras\

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