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Maui Net Member Services - Tech Support: Dialers Configuring Dial-Up Networking for Windows 95/98.
  1. Double-click the My Computer icon.
  2. If DialUp Networking is PRESENT, go to Making A New Maui Net Connection.. below
  3. Double-click the Control Panels folder.
  4. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.
  5. Click the Windows Setup tab.
  6. Select the Communications option. Click the Details button.
  7. Click a check in the box beside Dial-Up Networking.
  8. Click OK (Communications window).
  9. Click OK (Windows Setup window). Windows will copy files onto your hard drive and may prompt you for your Windows 95/98 disks or CD-ROM.
  10. Click YES when Windows asks to restart the computer.
  11. When your computer restarts, close the Control Panels and My Computer.
Making a new Maui Net connection in ‘Dial-Up Networking’
  1. Double-click the My Computer icon.
  2. Double-click the Dial-Up Networking folder.
  3. Double-click the Make New Connection icon.
  4. Type Maui Net where it says My Connection.
  5. Click Next.
  6. Enter one of the following Maui Net local access numbers: Maui: 270-1663

    Oahu: 791-1663

    Big Island: 930-1663

    Kauai: 240-1664

    Lanai: 568-1663

    Molokai: 660-1663

    . If you are in an office and need to dial a number to access a telephone line, type it in front of your telephone number immediately followed by a comma. For example: 9,875-4600 (*Commas will add pauses, you may need more than one depending on your phone service.)
  7. Click Finish.
  8. Click once on the new Maui Net icon to highlight it.
  9. Click File from the menu or right click on the icon and select Properties.
  10. On the General Page, remove the check in front of ‘Use country code and area code’ or 'Use area code and dialing properties' for Win98..
  11. Click the Server Types tab.
  12. Type of Dial-Up Server is PPP:Windows 95/98, NT, Internet
  13. Under Advanced Options, check only Enable Software Compression. Uncheck any others.
  14. Under Allowed Network Protocols, check only TCP/IP. Uncheck any others unless you have special circmustances. Please check with your Network Administrator if you have any questions about this item. Click on the TCP/IP setings button next to it. The ‘Server assigned IP address’ choiced should be marked. The next one that is marked is the ‘Server assigned Name Server Addresses ‘. Both boxes at the bottom of the screen should also be checked.
  15. Click OK on your windows until you are back at the ‘Dial-Up Networking’ window.
  16. Click File from the menu or right click on the icon and select Create Shortcut.
  17. Click YES when Windows says it cannot creat a shortcut here.
  18. Close Dial-Up Networking.
  19. Close My Computer.
The Network Section
  1. Open up your ‘Control Panel’. To do this you may click on the ‘Start’ button, go up to ‘Settings’ then slide over to ‘Control Panel’. Click on ‘Control Panel’.
  2. Double-click the Network icon.

You are at the ‘Configuration’ page. In the window you will only need 3 components: 1) Client for Microsoft Networks. 2) Dial-Up Adaptor and 3) TCP/IP for the Dial-Up Adaptor.

Any other components are unnecessary and you may removethem unless your computer is part of a physical network. Please check with your Network Administrator if you have any questions reguarding this item.

If you have these components and have no questions, go on to step 4. Otherwise continue below.

To add the Client for Microsoft Networks:

    1. Click the Add button.
    2. Select Client and click Add.
    3. Select Microsoft, then click OK.

To add the Dial-Up Adapter:

    1. Click the Add button.
    2. Select Adapter and click Add.
      Select Microsoft from the list of Manufacturers.
    3. Select Dial-Up Adapter.
    4. Click OK.
    5. To Add the TCP/IP Protocol:

    6. Click the Add button.
    7. Select Protocol and click Add.
      Select Microsoft from the list of Manufacturers.
    8. Select TCP/IP.
    9. Click OK.
  1. Double-click TCP/IP or click on it and then ‘Properties’ below the window.
  2. If you get the screen that starts with "You have asked to change .. " click ‘OK’. You should now be at the IP address page of the TCP/IP Properties window.
  3. Make sure TCP/IP is "server assigned".
  4. Click on the Wins Configuration tab. Mark this option as ‘Disable Wins Resolution’.
  5. Click on the Gateway tab. This page should be blank, without any numbers in either box.
  6. Click on the DNS Configuration tab. This page should be marked as ‘Disable DNS’.
  7. Go to the Bindings tab. This should be checked next to ‘Client for Microsoft Networks’.
  8. Click ‘OK’ at the bottom of this window.
  9. Click on the ‘Identification’ tab at the top and make sure your computer has a name and a workgroup. Anything will work but you should check with your Network Administrator if your have a special name and group you need to use.
  10. Click ok on the bottom. Windows will now copy and rewrite its Network Configuration Files. When it is finished, it will ask you to reboot the system. Answer YES and your computer will restart.
  11. When your computer comes back on you can close any open windows and go back to your desktop. You are now ready to connect to Maui Net.
Conecting to Maui Net
  1. Double-click Shortcut to Maui Net.
  2. Enter your username.
  3. Enter your password. It will appear as asterisks(*).
  4. Click the "Save Password" box if you want the computer to remember it for you.
  5. Click Connect. The user name and password will NOT save until you have connected at least one time. After this first time, you may click on the application and let it launch your dial-up connection.

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