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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

 

 

 How to: Windows NT 4.0
   
Use the directions below to create a dialup connection for the
Windows NT 4.0 operating system.
 
1]

Check Modem Installation

a. Click on the Start menu.
b. Click on Settings.
c. Click on Control Panel.
d. Double-click Modems.
   
If you see that your modem is already listed, skip to step #2 below.
e. Click on Add to install your modem.
f. Click Detect Modem to let Windows NT automatically find and install the modem drivers. If you have a driver diskette specific for your modem with Windows NT drivers, select the option to use Manufacturer's Drivers.
g. If Windows NT does not identify a COM port, select the appropriate port from the list. If during your dialup there is no response from the modem, go back to this configuration and choose the other COM port.
h. When your modem is listed, Click OK.

 

2]

Setting up BAMnet Dialup Session

a. Double-click the My Computer icon (an icon on your desktop).
b. Double-click the Dial-Up Networking icon.
    If Dial-Up Networking has not been installed, choose the option to install. If Dial-Up Networking is installed but no Phonebook entries have been created, choose the option to add an entry.
c. When prompted for session name, type BAMNET.
d. Place a check in the boxes for "I am calling the Internet" and "Send my plain text password…"
e. Enter number to be dialed.
f. Click Finish to complete the process.

Visit our Dial-Up Number page and choose your desired dialup number.

Notes: If dialing our U.S. 1-800 number, enter the entire number as 1-800-737-7530. If dialing one of our non-800 style numbers (see list), use the calling format that works for the area you are in. For example, if no area code is required when dialing, you might only need XXX-XXXX as the number to dial. Each country/state have their own calling formats. For more information on calling patterns including access from Hotels, visit our Helpful Tips section in the upper right corner of this page.
 

3]

Configure Dialup Session

There is nothing to configure. Upon a successful connection, your dialup session receives the proper IP Address information. Your BAMnet dialup session is now ready for use.


What do I do now? Now that you created the connection, test it by dialing into BAMnet. Upon a successful modem connection, open either Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape and start browsing the Internet. When finished browsing, please remember to disconnect from BAMnet.

 

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