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Here's the scenario: you open up your favourite browser or email program. Instead of opening the dial-up connection to make a connection to the Internet before trying to check mail or pull in a web site, it just gives you error about servers not being ava...
Windows XP: Click start - Connect to* - Show all connections. Double click the connection you wish to alter and click properties. *Note:If 'Connect To' is not found try opening the controll panel instead and click network connections. On the general ...
Here is how to create a Dial Up Connection to access our Roaming Number. This number is perfect for those times when you are 'On The Road', and are not within local calling areas for our standard access numbers. Read on for the instructions. **DISCLAIME...
These instructions will take you through configuring your MAC to connect to the WTC Communication's dial up service. Find the Assistants folder. The path in the OS9.2 file system is shown in the screen shot. Start the Internet Setup Assistant. The d...
A few of our customers have reported that they cannot connect (or are getting frequent disconnects) when using a new USRv.92 modem. If you are positive that you have a USR v.92, here is what you can do: Windows 95/98/ME - Click START and select SETT...
DIAL-UP NUMBER: 613-273-5009 ALTERNATE DIAL-UP NUMBER: 613-547-5009 (if you can not dial Westport locally) IDM SERVICE use idm/dialnet/username DNS PRIMARY (optional): 66.102.92.3 DNS SECONDARY (optional): 66.102.92.103 PROXY SERVER (optional): prox...
* Open the Mac hard drive. * Browse to: Applications > Utilities > Assistants > Internet Setup * Run the _Internet Setup Assistant_. It will ask if you would like to continue. Click YES. The Internet Setup Assistant Introduction Dialog box wi...
All supported versions of Windows have an Internet Connection Wizard built in. Here is how to use it to set up your dial-up connection. * Click START * Click RUN * Type: INETWIZ * Tell the wizard that you will be connecting using your phon...
Most modems are now designed to operate without their own processor and rely on the computer to provide this service. These modems are basically phonejack-to-PCI adapters which cost the manufacturer around $5. Watch for terms like, 'Win Modem', 'HSP' (Hos...
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