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Setup - Dial-Up Networking - Windows 2000

Create a New Dial-Up Networking Connection using Windows 2000

  • Click Start, click Settings, then choose Control Panel

  • Double-Click the Network and Dial-up Connections icon

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  • Double-Click the Make New Connection icon. (This will then start the Network Connection Wizard)

  • Click the Next button

  • Select Dial-up to the Internet
  • Click the Next button

  • Select the manual set-up option as seen below.
  • Click the Next button

  • Make sure that I connect through a phone line and a modem is selected as seen below.
  • Click the Next button

  • Enter in the area code and telephone number of the local access number you selected
  • Click the Next button

  • In the User name field, enter in your UserID that you chose when you signed up for Ten Forward.  (When you type in your User name, make sure that your userID is followed by @Ten Forward.com  ie: username@Ten Forward.com)
  • In the Password field, enter in the password that you selected
  • Click the Next button

  • For the Connection name, type in Ten Forward, or another name you would like to identify this connection as.
  • Click the Next button

  • The Connection Wizard will then ask you if you would like to set up your Internet Mail Account. You may set it up if you like, or set it up later. (For instructions on how to set up your email account, please click here.)
  • Select No
  • Click the Next button

  • Click the Finish button

  • In the Network and Dial-up connections window, to create a shortcut on your desktop, right click on the Ten Forward icon and click Create Shortcut
      • In the Network and Dial-up connections window, double click the Ten Forward icon.
      • You are now ready to connect to the internet