I success to connect Windows2000 and 9210 device by RAS with 144kbps.
I follow the document, "SETUP CONNECTION BETWEEN THE NOKIA 9210 COMMNUCATOR & NT RAS SERVER" The document is for NT4.0.
For Windows2000, you need to send "CLIENT"+<0x0d> TWICE in login script.
I also set HandShake>FreeRTS=On, HandShake>FreeDTR=Off in Modem information.
I'm also curious to know how did anyone manage to get W2K RAS and 9210 emulator to work. I followed the instructions for NT4, with no success. Instead of the required custom login script (2*'CLIENT' etc.) I only get a sequence of 'ATH's on the serial port. Emulator says phone is turned off.
RAS setup works flawlessly with Palm OS emulator and similar null modem loopback.
Answering to myself; I finally got the 9210i emulator working with Windows 2000 Server RAS&NAT and a null modem loopback between COM1 & COM2. Documented method for doing this in NT 4 was of no use since it was written for modem users (the emulator kept sending AT commands no matter what I did with the t_editdb tool).
First I set up the RAS and verified it works with direct cable connection (I used both Palm OS emulator & Pocket PC to test it)
I removed all existing ISPs and IAPs (Control Panel->Internet Access; Emulator Internet A). Then I applied the wizard 'Emulator Internet A' (the last program on the Extras section). Perhaps the most important setting in the wizard is the connection type: Remote Access Server.
Login script should be enabled and the row which contains SEND 'CLIENT' should be typed twice.
It was easy to diagnose this issue by enabling PPP logging from the W2K RAS settings; When things were failing miserably, something like this was in the log: