every time I close or exit the program it never prompts about disconnecting. It should prompt to disconnect the dial up connection
addigning to myself for now
Assignee: neeti → msanz
How does the application know it's dialed up?
I don't know; this used to be the scenario in 4.x, some users have requested this feature in 6.x as well
taking it from msanz (unless there is an objection)
Assignee: msanz → tao
reassign to new owner ->dbragg
Assignee: tao → dbragg
Let's try 1.0.
Priority: -- → P2
Target Milestone: --- → mozilla1.0
*** Bug 130774 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Searched MSDN and found these pages: Remote Access Service (RAS) Overview http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/rras/ras4over_4e5o.asp RAS Disconnecting http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/rras/ras4over_34oj.asp ...A RAS client application might need to end a connection even though it does not have the handle returned by RasDial. For example, the application that called RasDial might have exited once the connection was successfully established. In this case, the disconnecting application can use the RasEnumConnections function to get all the current connections....
Summary: mozilla should prompt users to close dial up connection after closing app → Conn: mozilla should prompt users to close dial up connection after closing app
Assignee: dbragg → smeredith
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
I confirm on WinME with M1.1b b:2002072104. As said - after closing the navigator it should offer to hang up the dialed line Daniel
This would best be deployed as part of a "network profile", which is described in bug 88218.
Summary: Conn: mozilla should prompt users to close dial up connection after closing app → Conn: prompt users to disconnect when quiting
*** Bug 165957 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
+nsbeta1, really should have been done as part of the other auto-dial work we did recently.
OS -> all. Dupe was for windows. This bug is actually somewhat ambiguous, because some people would want a prompt, others would want Mozilla to auto-disconnect. We need to decide on a desired behavior. Also, if we decided to implement auto-disconnect in non-Windows environments, lets create separate bugs.
OS: Windows NT → All
Keywords: nsbeta1 → nsbeta1-
ran into the same bug with version 1.4 running on Windows 2000 Professional. On closing the browser, the telephone connection is not broken and there is no dialog box to offer to end the connection, as there is in Internet Explorer. One caveat, though. Downloaded on IE 6.0 that was very buggy and disconnected at regular intervals. firstname.lastname@example.org
It appears that this bug has been ignored for the past 18 months. Is anyone aware of a patch to the registry or a fix in Mozilla 1.6 or a previous version? Netscape had a patch to the registry for Automation Shutdown using a new string name of NNPE.SHUTDOWN.1. This bug refers to the fact that when connected via modem and then the Mozilla session is closed, neither an auto-disconnect or a prompt is issued to terminate the modem connection.
Assignee: smeredith → darin
*** Bug 241995 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 251504 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Priority: P2 → --
Target Milestone: mozilla1.2alpha → Future
Does this affect l10n, or does this piggyback on windows stock dialogs?
Whiteboard: l10n impact unknown
Reading MSDN, it does not look like there is a stock dialog for terminating a RAS connection. I believe we'd have to show our own UI, which means that we would need localized strings. Another interesting thing I found: RasHangUp, which is the function used to terminate a connection, does not complete synchronously. Instead, an application that calls that function must sit in a loop polling the system to determine when it is safe to exit the application. The documentation actually suggests calling Sleep(3000) after calling RasHangUp or busy waiting on the result of RasGetConnectStatus! :-(
talking with darin doesn't look like a fix for this will come in time for 1.0. renominate if a patch appears.
Flags: blocking-aviary1.0? → blocking-aviary1.0-
Assignee: darin → nobody
QA Contact: benc → networking
Target Milestone: Future → ---
Similar behaviour has been requested after dial up download of emails in Thunderbird. <a href="show_bug.cgi?id=160484" >See bug 160484</a>. What is the point of the "Offline" function in TB if it doesn't actually take the user offline? It seems what is required is a hang up function which is triggered by options: TB: 1 - Automatic hang up when closing application 2 - Automatic hang up when completed download of emails 3 - Automatic hang up when status is changed to "Offline" 3 - Ask before automatic hang up (this is for people who might be using the connection for something else, ie FF) FF: 1 - Automatic hang up when closing application 2 - Ask before automatic hang up (this is for people who might be using the connection for something else, ie TB) I'm posting this as a end user, not a programmer, so will let pthers more experienced than me to decide if this is a duplicate of 160484 or perhaps they are similar but subtley different?
This is just really-hard-to-do, because for most platforms, there aren't a whole lot of hooks into an application. Some environments allow the modem to dial automatically when an appliaction access an off-line network for the first time, but they usually have auto-disconnect via a timeout. At best, you might be able to create a network profile with a "this is a dialup profile" flag (assuming we were to add network profiles), and then one of the features of the profile would be "nag me about disconnecting when I quit".
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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