AzNET QUICKSTART FOR WINDOWS 95


	Preparing the system
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		Have your Win95 installation disks or CD available.

		Click the START button, select SETTINGS, and then
        CONTROL PANEL. Double-Click on ADD/REMOVE PROGRAMS. Click on
        the WINDOWS SETUP tab, select COMMUNICATIONS, then click the
        DETAILS button.  Confirm that DIAL-UP NETWORKING is checked. If
        is not, check it and then click OK. You may be prompted to
        insert your Win95 installation disks or CD.

		From the CONTROL PANEL, Double-click on the NETWORK
        icon.  Select the CONFIGURATION tab. Both DIAL-UP ADAPTER and
        TCP/IP must be installed. If both DIAL-UP ADAPTER and TCP/IP
        are present, continue to the "Dial-Up Networking" section of
        this guide.

		If they are not installed, press the ADD button and
        then double-click ADAPTER; On the left side under
        "Manufacturers" select MICROSOFT; On the right side under
        "Network Adapters" select DIAL-UP ADAPTER, then click OK. 
        Press the ADD button again, then double-click PROTOCOL. On the
        left side under "Manufacturers" select MICROSOFT; On the right
        side under "Protocol" select TCP/IP. Click the OK button.
        Confirm that both DIAL-UP ADAPTER and TCP/IP are now installed
        and click OK. You will then be asked if you want to restart
        your Computer. Click the YES button.


	Dial-Up Networking
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		Double-click on MY COMPUTER, then double-click on the
        DIAL-UP NETWORKING folder. Double-click on the MAKE NEW
        CONNECTION icon. Type in AzNET as the name of the computer you
        are dialing.

		Press the NEXT button.  Enter in the local AzNET access
        phone number including the area code. Press the NEXT button,
        then the FINISH button.

		On the newly created AzNET icon, right-click and select
        PROPERTIES. Press the SERVER TYPE button. Under "Advanced
        Options" uncheck LOG ON TO NETWORK and make sure ENABLE
        SOFTWARE COMPRESSION is checked. Under "Allowed Network
        Protocols" uncheck NetBEUI and IPX/SPX Compatible and make sure
        that TCP/IP is checked.

		Press the TCP/IP SETTINGS button. SERVER ASSIGNED IP
        ADDRESS should be selected. Select SERVER ASSIGNED NAME SERVER
        ADDRESSES.  The IP HEADER COMPRESSION and USE DEFAULT GATEWAY 
	boxes should be checked.  Click OK as needed to return to the 
	DIALUP NETWORKING folder.


	Establish a connection
	~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
		To dial and establish a connection to AzNET,
        double-click on the AzNET icon in the DIAL-UP NETWORKING folder.
        Enter in your AzNET username and password and check the SAVE
        PASSWORD box.

		Click the CONNECT button. The modem should dial, and
        after a moment, the system will display a CONNECTED TO AzNET box
        with the connection time counting.

		Once the connection is made, and Internet application
        like a web browser (MS Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator),
        email program (Eudora, Netscape Mail) may be started. Pressing
        the DISCONNECT button at any time will close the connection.


	Troubleshooting
	~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 
		* Your username and password are case-sensitive and
	          must be entered exactly as shown, with no spaces.

		* Microsoft has distributed many different versions of
                  Windows 95, as well as the Plus! package.  Not all
                  versions work alike for establishing connections.

		* In some instances, where the connection fails, the
                  SOFTWARE COMPRESSION will need to be disabled:

			On the newly created AzNET icon, right-click and
                        select PROPERTIES.  Press the SERVER TYPE
                        button and select PPP.  Uncheck the ENABLE
                        SOFTWARE COMPRESSION box.

		* A searchable index of articles and troubleshooting is
                  available from the Microsoft Knowledge Base at
                  http://www.microsoft.com/kb/

		* If your modem fails to connect, consult your modem
                  manual for the right settings.

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