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Windows 9X Networking
Dial Up Networking (DUN)
Before you can use the following steps to install Dial Up Networking you must know the phone number for the computer you want to connect to, the server name (if needed), and the TCP/IP configuration (if needed).
If you are connecting to a Windows NT dial-up server, make sure to type a valid user name and password when you start the connection.
If you connect to many different servers, you may want to configure the connectoid to open a Terminal window after dialing so that you can enter your logon information after the connection is made. To do so, use the right mouse button to click the connectoid, click Properties on the menu that appears, then click Configure. On the Options tab, click the "Bring up Terminal window after dialing" check box, then click OK. Use the Terminal window to enter any required logon information.
If the modem dials but no connection is established, check the following items:
If you still cannot establish a connection, check with your system administrator or Internet provider to determine the required settings for your protocols, logon information, and TCP/IP addressing.