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How To Configure:

- Windows Vista
- Windows XP (pro)
- Windows XP (home)
- Windows 2000
- Windows NT 4.0
- Windows ME
- Windows 98
- Windows 95
- Windows CE
- Windows CE 2.0
- Windows CE 2.11
- Windows CE 3.0
- Windows Mobile
- Pocket PC
Pocket PC 2002
Pocket PC 2003
- Macintosh 8 & 9
- Macintosh OS X
- Palm OS .pdf
- Linux / Unix *

*Contact us for details

How To Use: 

- AOL 4 - 7
- WebTV



 Welcome AOL Users

Did you know that you can connect to AOL while connected to BAMnet's modem numbers? It's called BYOA (Bring Your Own Access) which is a feature AOL provides to their customers allowing for this type of access.

What is BYOA?

AOL has created a feature where you can connect to their full services without dialing an AOL modem number. You would be connecting to AOL via the Internet (TCP/IP). And BAMnet makes it easy for AOL users. When connecting to BAMnet's modem number, we are connecting your computer to the Internet via a TCP/IP connection. For more information, see our How's it Work section.

Brief Overview:

1. Connect to BAMnet's dialup number.
2. Open your AOL software and create a New Location (configured for TCP/IP).
3. Connect to the America Online service using the newly created location.

Are you ready to get started?

Check out our Getting Started Instructions


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