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dial-in

(dīl′ĭn′)
adj.
Variant of dial-up.
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A new dial-in fit system maked the device more comfortable to wear for longer hours.
Ifyou are unable to connect using the toll-free numbers, please try theinternational dial-in number.
The monthly conference call agenda and dial-in information can be found at www.sbtc.org/sbir.
The meeting room is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and the host's dial-in number never changes.
When in-band management connections are not possible, then the console server provides dial-in connectivity to a system's consoles providing for reconfiguring or simply rebooting devices to return them to operation.
Analog Dial-Up Service -- Standard voice dial-in service.
Until recently, the main connectivity options were direct dial-in via remote access server or wide area networks over leased lines--both options that could potentially cost a company tens of thousands of dollars.
Already, a number of early adopters allow users to dial-in to the 'net and get the usual info slices--scores, quotes, weather--that have come to represent the first wave of any new data service on the Internet.
For async operation over dial-up lines, it includes a V.17/Group 3 Fax modem (for 14.4K/9600/4800 bps Fax transmissions), MultiExpress data communications software (for dial-in and dial-out), and MultiExpressFax software (based on industry standard EIA Class 2 Fax modem commands).