I guess my English is worst than I was thinking ;)
I have two Win32 machines, each with a modem.
The first one should dial the phone number of the second machine.
I know how to use the Win32::Serialport to do that, and I know how to exchange data through a normal phone when you know the protocole at server side.
I just need to know how the second machine can listen at the serial port and get the line if called.
This is not "socket programmming". But handle socket and the modem at the same time has been done here before, see http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=353466
Anyway, thank for your time splinky
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