Dial-up > Setup Information
Setting Up a Dial-Up Connection in Mac OSX
- From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
- Click the arrow box on the Show pop-up list and choose Internal Modem.
- Click on the TCP/IP tab.
- Click the arrow box on the Configure pop-up list and choose Using PPP.
- In the Domain Name Servers box, enter the following DNS addresses
- Click on the PPP tab.
- In the Telephone Number field, type your local access number.
- In the Account Name field, type your USFamily.Net userid (generaly it's something like usf-xxxx-xx).
- In the Password field, type your USFamily.Net password for the dialer (this is not associated with your email password).
- Check the box next to Save password.
- Click the PPP Options button.
- Check the box next to Connect automatically when starting TCP/IP applications
- Uncheck the box next to Prompt to stay connected
- Uncheck the box next to Disconnect if idle
- Check the box next to Disconnect when user logs out
- Click the Ok button.
- Click on the Proxies tab.
- Uncheck all the boxes.
You have now successfully configured Mac OS X for dial up access. Test your settings by connecting to the Internet.
- Click the Apply Now button.
- Close the Network window.
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