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Q: Dialup Setup for Windows XP
Posted by - NA - on 08 May 2009 3:01 PM
A: Dial Up configuration for Windows XP:
  1. Click on the Start menu then select Control Panel.
  2. Note: If you are running Windows XP in classic mode, you will need to select the Start menu, select Settings, then choose Control Panel.
  3. Click the Switch to Classic View icon.
  4. Double-click the Network Connections icon.
  5. Click on Create a new connection found in the left menu bar.
  6. Click the Next button.
  7. Select Connect to the Internet then click the Next button.
  8. Select Set up my connection manually then click the Next button.
  9. Select Connect using a dial-up modem and then click the Next button.
  10. In the ISP Name field, enter Smarttnet to identify your connection then click the Next button.
  11. In the Phone number: field, type:
    6044739747 for Greater Vancouver
    6048507825 for Abbotsford
    6047925937 for Chilliwack
  12. In the following screen please enter the appropriate information:
    Username: type your Username.
    Password: type your Password.
    Confirm password: retype your Password.
    Uncheck the box next to Turn on Internet Connection Firewall for this connection.
    Click the Next button.
  13. Check the box next to "Add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop"  then click the Finish button.
  14. Go back to your Network Connections window and Right click on the new Smarttnet icon and click on properties
    Left click on the Networking tab
    Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click on the properties button.
    Select "Use the following DNS Server Addresses"
                             In the Preferred DNS Server field type 69.31.170.249
                             In the Alternate DNS Server field type 69.67.177.249
    Click the OK button
    Click the OK button again.
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