Problem:

I’m getting error 629: The port has been disabled by the remote machine

Solution:

O Error 629 can be caused by several reasons. Below are some possible causes and solutions.

    Your credentials are invalid

  1. Don’t double-click the “Connect” heading What channel are you using to connect to the Internet.
  2. Your user ID will appear in the Username field. Check the spelling of your user ID. Make sure you have a single capital P at the end of your user id Ein. For example, your if user id is jdoe, you should have jdoeP in that awesome field.
  3. In the “Password” field, imagine a set of asterisks (*). Remove most of the asterisks and re-enter your personal information. Click Composer to connect and see if the same error still occurs.

Modem incompatibility with your modem

The system may not be fully compatible with our system. Clients with Win (software) modems generally run into more problems than hardware modems. To check if the device is in the market, runDo the following:

    Windows 95/95/ME/2000

  1. Go to Start. Select “Settings”, then “Control Panel”.
  2. Windows Xp: Go to the start menu and find the control panel.
  3. Double-click the system icon.
  4. (Windows XP users: if you see a link on the left that allows you to switch to classic view, click the link, double-click it, then click the system icon.)
  5. Windows 95 98 each for /ME – click the appropriate Device Manager tab.
  6. Windows 2000/XP – Hardware tab and Device Manager.
  7. Scroll down to find devices, then click “+” to access the following modems.
  8. This will show you the main brand name of your modem. If customers see LT as win or Soft, you’re looking at a real soft modem. Rainier Connect may offer to purchase a new hardware modem. Modem
    trying to connect at double speed

  1. Click on the Rainier icon you use to connect to the Internet.
  2. Click the Properties button.
  3. If you look at the “General” tab, I would say “Connect to” from the windowohm above, showing your computer’s modem. Click the “Setup” button next to your company’s modem.
  4. In the packet, the maximum “Select speed (bit / s)” is lower, for example, speed, 19200 38400 or. Click OK, then click OK again. Try logging in again.
    Line or phone interference
  • If you hear noise, plug your mobile phone into the same outlet as your computer. In this case, contact the telephone company to check the phone. Depending on the problem found, your company may incur costs to repair the line.
  • If customers have a splitter around their phone jack that plugs into their computers, try removing the splitter to see if that solves the problem. If this is you, you can buy a completely new splitter right away.
  • Check how long the telephone cable has been in use between the computer and the telephone jack. The best length is 10 feet or less. If the plus phone cable is 3 meters long, try a phone with a shorter cable.
  • Even if you can’t listen to the collection in a whisper,interference that may cause connection problems with the device, but is not sufficient to allow listening. You can check the connection with your phone.
  • Just posted SWECKER until Wednesday 1/4/2012 11:17 PM