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Dial-Up Networking Setup for Windows NT

  • From the desktop, double-click My Computer.
  • Double-click Dial-up Networking.
  • If you receive a message stating that The phonebook is empty..., then click OK to add a new entry.
  • If Dial-up Networking (DUN) already has other phone book entries, click New.
  • If the New Phonebook Entry Wizard window appears, check the box labeled I know all about phonebook entries... and click Finish.
  • In the New Phonebook Entry dialog, select the Basic tab.
  • Check Use Telephony dialing properties.
  • Uncheck Use another port if busy.
  • For Entry name, enter AOS.
  • Enter the country code and area code of the number you are dialing, plus the phone number itself.
  • Under Dial using, select your modem.
  • Click the Configure button.
  • Set the Initial speed (BPS) to 19,200 if you have a 14.4k modem or 38,400 if you have a 28.8k modem.
  • Make sure all three Hardware Features boxes are checked (if applicable) and that Disable modem speaker is not checked.
  • Click the OK button.
  • Select the Server tab.
  • The Dial-up server type should be PPP: Windows NT, Windows 95 Plus, Internet.
  • For Network Protocols only TCP/IP should be checked.
  • Make sure Enable software compression is checked, but Enable PPP LCP extensions unchecked
  • Click the TCP/IP settings button.
  • Select Server assigned IP address and Server assigned name server addresses.
  • Leave the Primary WINS and Secondary WINS servers at 0.0.0.0.
  • Check both Use IP header compression and Use default gateway on remote network.
  • Click the OK button.
  • Select the Script tab.
  • Make sure None is selected.
  • Select the Security tab.
  • Select Accept any authentication including clear text.
  • On the New Phonebook Entry window, click OK.
  • You will now be in the Dial-up Networking program, and the phone book entry you just created should be selected in the Phonebook entry to dial text box.
  • Click the Dial button.
  • A window will appear asking for a username, password, and domain. The first two are required.
  • Do not enter anything for the Domain.
  • There is also an option to Save Password, which can be selected if desired.
  • Click OK to dial into AOS.
  • Once you are connected, a window will appear informing you that you have successfully connected to the Dial-up Server. Click OK to close this window.
  • You are now connected and may use any internet software such as Internet Explorer (installed with Windows NT)

Create a Shortcut

To create a shortcut to the dial-up networking connections on your desktop:

  • Double click My Computer on your desktop
  • Double click Dial-up Networking
  • Right click on your AOS connection icon and click Create Shortcut

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