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ADSL via Network Card : Win9x- Installation / Configuration of the ADSL software

Once you have install the network card and connected to the ADSL-modem, you are
ready to install the ADSL connection software (very similar to the
setup on Windows 2000) :
You may have a different software, but the basics should be similar:

My Internet provider is
using "
EnterNet"
no questions asked,
just a restart is required
After the restart, check the properties
of your Network:

You have a new network adapter:
"P.P.P.o.E." and a new
TCP/IP binding to this PPPoE.

This is a Non-Microsoft
Virtual Private Network Adapter,
to connect to your Internet Provider.
The "Network" properties on a system
with both a LAN network and a connection
via LAN to an ADSL modem.



Although you will get all values for the
TCP/IP protocol of your PPPoP Adapter
assigned to you during the connection
process using
DHCP, you need to check
the properties of this TCP/IP-protocol:

tab: Bindings:

Since you will connect via the PPPoP
adapter to the Internet, you should
uncheck the binding with the
"File and Printer Sharing" to prevent
access from the Internet to your local
disk


You are ready to
configure your ADSL connection.

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