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ADSL via Network Card : Configure the ADSL Connection

After you installed the Network card to connect to the ADSL modem and you installed and
configured the ADSL Connection software
, you are ready to define your connection:

Start up your ADSL
software and select to
"Create New Profile"
Define a name for
your connection
(like: using the name of
your Internet Provider)
Enter the Username and
password assigned to you
by your Internet Provider.

Since your phone company
may be able to offer multiple
Internet Providers to offer
ADSL connectivity, you may
have to append to your
UserName the name of
your provider
(example: @SKYNET )
 
Done.
The new Profile is now
shown in the main screen.

Let's have a quick look
at the Properties.
tab: TCP

for home accounts, you will
usually get the
IP-address
dynamically
assigned to you
during the connection process.







You can define yourself
a timeout value, which will
terminate the connection
after a defined idle-time..
tab : Configuration:

Here you can verify the
network adapter used
(in case of multiple NICs
are installed).

Verify that in the Options
that you are NOT making
a Log on to the network.
You are ready to make
your ADSL connection

to the Internet.

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