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the problem is not the server to trasmit file. My problem is that i establisced a connect between two PC if I use minicom but my connect do not create a route entry in the route table. So i dont to transfert the file.
I know you can do Packet Radio over an RS 252 connection and you can do Packet radio over a wireless 2G network, but it seem like you would need to do some conversion to get the two networkds to talk together.
Do you have a GPRS driver of some sort for the US Robotics Modem to make it 2G compatible