I have been reading this board since I-Opener V1. I have two V1's and a V5. I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this board.
Recently, I have been working on converting my V5 I-Opener to a K6-2+. I currently have it working like a champ at 350MHz with 256MB of RAM, 6GB hard drive and Windows XP. Many thanks to Badflash for the parts I bought from him and the valuable information that he and others have provided.
This I-Opener will be used by my mother for general computing, e-mail, and web surfing. Which brings me to the subject of this thread...
The program(s) to control the I-Opener LED's under WindowsNT seem to have vanished into thin air. Namely, I cant seem to find iolednt.exe anywhere. If someone has it, please post a link. I am guessing that this same program will work with XP?
Another reason I created this tread is to discuss the best way so seamlesly integrate the LED's into the operating system so they operate as they were intended. Since this I-Opener is going to be used by my Mother (who used the actual I-Opener ISP in the past, before they went buns up) I would like the LED's to do exactly what they are intended to do.
I have done some reading about this and have found a reference to something called the Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK). This is supposedly available from Microsoft and can be used to set up a "profile" for DUN connections. This includes being able to run programs before connecting and after connecting. Perfect for the "Off Hook" LED on the I-Opener. I can't find a copy of CMAK on microsoft.com. Is it part of another package? Any help here would be appreciated.
Also, it appears that CheckPOP from n-systems has been withdrawn. Can anyone suggest another solution for this?