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Dial-Up Networking setup for Windows 95/98

  1. From your desktop, double click My Computer.

  2. Double click on the Dial Up Networking folder. *

  3. Double click Make New Connection.

  4. Enter a name for the connection (U.P. Logon).

  5. Select your modem from the drop down list.

  6. Click Next.

  7. Enter your local U.P. Logon access number (including area code, and, if necessary, *70, to disable call waiting:
    For example: *70,XXX-XXXX (Local dial-in number)
    Note:Please check with your local telephone company to determine if any tolls apply when using the number provided to you by U.P. Logon. U.P. Logon assumes no responsibility for any long distance charges that you may incur.

  8. Click Next and then Finish.

  9. Right click on the newly created icon and select Properties from the sub menu.

  10. In the Properties window, select the Server Types tab.

  11. Uncheck Log On to Network in the Advanced Options section - and in the Allowed Network Protocols section, you should only have TCP/IP checked.

  12. To create a shortcut to your U.P. Logon dialer on your desktop, click and drag the icon to the desktop, and, choose Create Shortcut Here when you release the mouse button.

  13. To connect, double click on the icon or the shortcut you created, enter your username and password (passwords are case sensitive) and click Connect.


* If you do not see a Dial Up Networking folder in my computer, you will need to install it. You will need your Windows 95/98 CD ROM for this process. In the Control Panel, double click on Add / Remove Programs, and then select Windows Setup from the tab across the top. Select the Communications section, click on Details and then select Dial Up Networking. Click on Apply at the bottom and you will be prompted to insert your Windows 95/98 CD. After the file copy process is done, you will reboot your machine and follow the instructions from the top of this page.




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