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|Internet Setup Assistant for Mac 8.x and 9.x|
|NOTE: Minor changes have occurred in the Internet Setup Assistant between releases of the Mac OS. Please be aware that there may be minor differences between what you see on the screen and what is presented below.
1. Start the Internet Setup Assistant. In all likelihood, it is located on the Mac HD in the Internet folder. If necessary, click on File, then Find, then type in internet setup assist (or something to that effect). Once you have located the application, double-click on it.
3. Close the window.
Dial-Up Access Number
Not automatically dialing
|Setup For Macintosh OS X-Dial Up|
|1. Click on Apple and select System Preferences.
2. Once the System Preferences window loads, click on Network to load the network preferences.
3. In the Network Preferences pane, set location to Automatic and Show to Internal Modem.
4. Click on the TCP/IP tab. Make sure that the following is set:
5. Click on the PPP tab. Make sure that the following is set:
6. While in the PPP tab, click on PPP Options. Make sure the following is checked:
Click OK to exist this screen.
1. Double-click on the hard drive icon on your desktop.
The modem status menubar is on the right side of the menubar at the top of the screen. It looks like a telephone handset with three gray dots pointing diagonally away from the handset. To connect using this menu, click on the menu, and then select Connect.
|Setup for Macintosh OS X-PPPoE DSL Access|
|1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
2. Click the Network icon.
3. Click the arrow box on the Show pop-up list and choose Built-in Ethernet.
4. Click on the PPPoE tab.
5. Click the PPPoE Options button.
Click the OK button.6. Click on the TCP/IP tab.
Click the Apply Now button.
7. Close the Network window.
|Setup for Macintosh OS X-AirPort Access|
|1. From the Apple menu, click Control Panels, and choose TCP/IP.
2. Select AirPort in the Connect via list.
3. Select Using DHCP Server in the Configure list.
4. Leave the DHCP Client ID field blank.
5. From the File menu, choose Quit.
6. Click the Save button.