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Making a Connection

Once all the previous setup is done, we are ready to make the connection:

Start your connection, enter your Username and Password and let the modem dial.
Once the modems have connected, the Dial-Up script will execute, and if you allowed the script to run NOT minimized, you can watch the connection process:

Once you are connected, Windows95B (OSR2) gives you this connection information:

Once you select 'Close', only the small icon in the taskbar remains as an indication of the Internet connection. You use also the Content menu of this icon to hangup/stop the connection.

On earlier versions of Windows95, the connection will look as:


That's it, you are now ready to start up you Netscape Navigator/Communicator or Microsoft Internet Explorer (or whatever browser you use) to start 'surfing the Net'.

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