QuickStart for Macintosh

Select the configuration appropriate to your system.  There are five
choices: FreePPP, Open Transport PPP, ConfigPPP with MacTCP, or Apple
Remote Access (most modern Macs using OS 8 or OS 9 ("Classic") will have
Remote Access).  If you are using the new Mac OS X, see the "Dialing up
with Mac OS X" section near the bottom.

FREEPPP

Select FreePPP Setup from the FreePPP folder or the pull down
menu.  Select the Accounts tab.

Select Edit.

Enter AzNET as Server Name and select Directly from Connect.
Enter the values given on your Configuration Guide for Phone
Number, User name and Password. Your username and password are
case sensitive.  Select OK.

For additional dialing options (if needed), select the Locations
tab and Edit. Select OK when finished.

Select General, Modem Setup, Auto Detect. If FreePPP doesn't
recognize your modem you can manually configure it by selecting
and editing Use. See your modem manual for the correct
initialization string. Click OK when finished.

>From FreePPP Setup, select Open TCP/IP.

Select Free PPP under Connect via. Select Using PPP Server under
Configure. Enter the appropriate DNS server IP addresses:
If you are in Southern California and
Nationwide:
For Primary DNS: 207.167.96.1
For Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Or, if you are in Northern
California:
For Primary DNS: 207.167.82.2
For Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Then close TCP/IP.

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OT/PPP

Select PPP from your Control Panels. Enter the values given on
your Configuration Guide for Name (your username), Password and
Number. Your username and password are case sensitive. Be sure
that Save Password is selected.

>From the PPP pull down menu select Modems.

Select your modem from the list of options under Modem.
Close this window and from the PPP pull down menu select TCP/IP.

Select Free PPP under Connect via. Select Using PPP Server under   
Configure.

Enter the appropriate DNS server IP addresses under Name Server addr.:
If you are in Southern California and

Nationwide:
For Primary DNS: 207.167.96.1  
For Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Or, if you are in Northern
California:
For Primary DNS: 207.167.82.2
For Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Then close TCP/IP.

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CONFIG PPP AND MACTCP

Place Apple's MacTCP and ConfigPPP into your Control Panel
folder.

Put PPP in the Extension Folder of your System folder. Open the
ConfigPPP panel, click on NEW and enter the word AzNET as Server.

Click the CONFIG button and complete the dialog box as
appropriate. Make sure you set the modem init string, port speed
and flow control to that recommended in your modem's manual,
type in our closest access phone number. Close this window.

Click on CONNECT SCRIPT and complete as follows. Please note  
that both your username and password are case sensitive.

Out     Wait                    CR
(X)     Login:
(X)             your username   (X)
(X)     word:
(X)             your password   (X)

Open the  MacTCP control panel, highlight the PPP icon, then
click on MORE. Set OBTAIN ADDRESS (upper left) to "Server." Fill
in the Domain Name Information section (bottom right), using the
DNS IP addresses provided to you when you signed up. The first 
number is the Primary DNS and the second number is the Secondary
DNS.

If you are in Southern California and
Nationwide:
For Primary DNS: 207.167.96.1  
For Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Or, if you are in Northern
California:
For Primary DNS: 207.167.82.2
For Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Close MacTCP and restart.

To open your connection, open the ConfigPPP control panel and
click on OPEN. Your computer will dial out and connect you to
the Internet.

To end your session on the Internet, click the HARD CLOSE button
on ConfigPPP. This closes your connection and hangs up your
modem.

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APPLE REMOTE ACCESS


Select Remote Access from Apple Menu->Control Panels.

Enter your name (this is your AzNET username), password and local AzNET
phone number into the appropriate fields. Check the Save
Password box after you enter your password correctly.

Click the Options button.

Click the Protocol tab.

Select PPP from the Use Protocol menu.

Check Connect Automatically When Starting TCP/IP Applications.

Click OK, close the control panel and, when prompted, save the new
settings.

Open the TCP/IP control panel

Select PPP from the drop down menu for the Connect via: field
Select Using PPP Server from the drop down menu for the Configure
field.

Enter primary and secondary name server addresses into the Name Server
addr field, making sure there are no extra periods or blank spaces:

If you are in Southern California and
Nationwide:
For Primary DNS: 207.167.96.1  
For Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Or, if you are in Northern
California:
For Primary DNS: 207.167.82.2
For Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Enter znet.com into the Search domains field.

Close the TCP/IP control panel and, when prompted, save the new
settings.

To open your connection, open the Remote Access control panel or
choose Remote Access Status from the Apple menu and click on
Connect. Your computer will dial out and connect you to the Internet.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have not yet selected your modem, you will get an
error when you try to connect. To select your modem: Open the Modem
control panel.  Select Modem Port from the drop down menu for the
Connect Via: field.  Choose your modem from the drop down menu for the
Modem field.  Close the Modem control panel and save the changes.

To end your session on the Internet, open Remote Access or Remote
Access Status and click on Disconnect. This closes your connection
and hangs up your modem.

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Dialing up with Mac OS X
NOTE: The new Mac OS X still has some "bugs" in its dialup connection
handling which users of this operating system should be aware of.
These problems are inherent to Mac OS X and are not related to the
 AzNET service. You may wish to contact your local Macintosh User's
Group, or search on-line, for more information and troubleshooting
tips, and make sure you get the latest system patches and updates
from Apple (http://www.apple.com/macosx/ )

Configuring your Macintosh OS X computer:

1. Click on the Apple Menu and click on System Preferences.

2. In the System Preferences window, click on Network, then click on
the TCP/IP tab. Set "Configure:" in the TCP/IP window to "Using PPP",
and enter your Primary and Secondary Domain Name Servers:

If you are in Southern California and
Nationwide:
Primary DNS: 207.167.96.1  
Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

Or, if you are in Northern
California:
Primary DNS: 207.167.82.2
Secondary DNS: 207.167.67.1

3. Now click on the PPP tab and enter the name for this connection to
us, for example AzNET. In the appropriate boxes below in this window,
type in the AzNET local access number, your user name, and password.

4. If you would like to have your computer connect to the internet
automatically, or to adjust other settings such as redial intervals,
click on the "PPP Options" button. Put a checkmark next to "Connect
automatically when starting TCP/IP applications" if you wish. Under
"Advanced Options" make sure that just "Send PPP echo packets" and
"TCP/IP header compression" is checked. When done click on "OK" and
then "Save" to save your set-up.

5. To dial up to AzNET, you'll need to launch the "Internet Connect"  
application. You can find it by clicking on the "Go" menu, and
selecting "Applications", or by clicking the Finder in the Dock and
clicking the Applications button. Click on the "Internet Connect"
icon to open the window, and once the Connection window is up, just
hit the "Connect" button to connect.

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