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Windows NT 3.51 Dial-up Settings

Installing Remote Access Service
  1. From Program Manager, double-click the Main Program Group icon.

  2. Double-click the Control Panel icon.

  3. Double-click the Network icon.

  4. If you are prompted to install Windows NT Networking, click the Yes button and continue with the next step.

  5. Enter the full path to the Windows NT installation files.

  6. Click the Continue button.

  7. Click the Do Not Detect button.

  8. Click the Remote button to install Remote Access Service.
  9. Check Connectivity Utilities.
  10. All other Components are optional.
  11. Uncheck Enable Automatic DHCP Configuration.

  12. Click the Continue button.
  13. Select the Port your modem is installed on.

  14. Click the OK button.
  15. Click the OK button to let Remote Access Setup attempt to detect your modem.

  16. If your modem is detected, click the OK button. If your modem is not detected, contact your modem manufacturer for an updated modem.inf file.

  17. For Port Usage, select Dial out only.

  18. Click the OK button.
  19. You may receive a notice that automatic restoration of network connections has been disabled.

  20. Click the OK button.

  21. Click the Network button
  22. Uncheck NetBEUI.

  23. Click the OK button.
  24. Check TCP/IP.
  25. Uncheck IPX.

  26. Click the OK button.

  27. Click the Continue button.

  28. Click the OK button.
  29. If you receive a notice about NetBEUI, click the OK button.

  30. For Member of, select Workgroup.
  31. In the Workgroup box, type WORKGROUP.

  32. Click the OK button.

  33. Click the Restart Computer button.

Configuring Remote Access Service

  1. From Program Manager, double-click the Remote Access Service Program Group icon.

  2. Double-click the Remote Access icon.

  3. If you receive a message that The phone book is emtpy, click the OK button.

    Otherwise, click the Add button.

  4. In the Entry Name box, type Lanset.
  5. In the Phone Number box, type your Lanset access number.
  6. In the Description box, type Lanset.
  7. Uncheck Authenticate using current user name and password.

  8. Click the Advanced buttton.

  9. For Port, selec the port your modem is installed on.
  10. Click the Modem button.
  11. For Initial speed (bps), select:
    19200 for a 14400 modem
    38400 for a 28800 or 33600 modem
    57600 for a 56000 modem.
  12. Check all Hardware Features supported by your modem.
  13. Uncheck Enter modem commands manually.

  14. Click the OK button.

  15. Click the Network button.
  16. Select PPP
  17. Uncheck NetBEUI.
  18. Check TCP/IP.
  19. Uncheck IPX.
  20. Uncheck Request LCP extensions.

  21. Click the TCP/IP Settings button.
  22. Select Server assigned IP address.
  23. Select Use specific name server addresses.
  24. In the DNS box, type 208.187.165.18.
  25. In the DNS backup box, type 208.187.165.14.
  26. Check Use VJ header compression.
  27. Check Use default gateway on remote network.

  28. Click the OK button.

  29. Click the OK button.

  30. Click the Security button.
  31. Select Accept any authentication including clear text.
  32. For both Before dialing and After dialing, choose (none).

  33. Click the OK button.

  34. Click the OK button.

Connecting to Lanset

  1. Select your Lanset entry.
  2. Click the Dial button.
  3. In the User Name box, type your username (e.g., username. Note: the username must be in all lower case.)
  4. In the Password box, type your Lanset password (Note: this is case-sensitve).
  5. Do not enter anything in the Domain box. It must remain blank.

  6. Click the OK button.
  7. Check Minimize on dial.
  8. Check Do not display this message in the future.

  9. Click the OK button.