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dial-up network(1) The switched telephone network regulated by government and administered by common carriers. Also called "plain old telephone system" (POTS) and "public switched telephone network" (PSTN).
(2) A network that can be accessed remotely via analog modems or ISDN. See network access server and Win Dial-up Networking.
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