Windows Millennium Edition (Me) Configurations
  1. Go to Start Menu, Programs, Accessories and then click on Dial-Up Networking.


  1. Double Click on Make New Connection



  1. You will be prompted to Type a name for the computer you are dialing - enter "AztecaNet" in the field below it.
  2. Make sure that your modem appears in the field below Select a device:
  3. Click on the Next button.
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  1. You will then be asked Type the phone number of the computer you want to call. Your area code may already appear in the appropriate field, if not ... enter it now. Now enter the access number which is best for you.
  2. Click on the Next button.
  3. You will receive a message that says You have successfully created a Dial-Up Network connection called ...
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  1. Click on the Finish button and your new connection will appear in the Dial-Up Networking window.
  2. Right click on the new AztecaNet icon and select Properties from the pop-up menu that appears.
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  1. A new window will open up on your screen looking something like this. 
  2. You should remove the check in the box that reads Use area code and Dialing Properties.
  3. Click on the Networking tab at the top of the window.
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  1. Make sure that the only things that are check on this screen are “Enable software compression” and “TCP/IP.”  If anything else is checked, uncheck it now.
  2. Once you have done that, click on the TCIP/IP Settings button that appears in the lower right hand area of this window.
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  1. Unless you have been instructed otherwise, you want to make sure that Server assigned IP address and Server assigned name server addresses have the black do next to them.   If they don't change them now.
  2. Click OK at bottom of this screen.
  3. This will bring you back to the Networking tab.  You can hit OK at bottom of this screen and close all open windows and connect to the Internet.
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That's it, you are now ready to connect to AztecaNet by simply double clicking on the Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator icon on the desktop (either a big blue E, and/or a big white N).