AzNET QUICKSTART for Windows NT v4.0

 From the START menu, select SETTINGS, and then CONTROL PANEL.
Double-click on NETWORK. Click on the SERVICES tab.  If no REMOTE
ACCESS SERVICE exists click on ADD. Click on REMOTE ACCESS SERVICE.
Also add SIMPLE TCP/IP SERVICES. Once these services are loaded from
your original disks or CD, back under NETWORK | SERVICES click on
REMOTE ACCESS SERVICES and then PROPERTIES.

In REMOTE ACCESS SETUP  choose ADD.  This will open a window labeled
ADD RAS DEVICE.  Select INSTALL MODEM.  This will open the INSTALL
NEW MODEM Wizard. Select NEXT.  If after the Wizard identifies your
modem as "Standard Modem" and you know the name brand and model of
your modem choose CHANGE, otherwise for the time being accept
"Standard Modem"

If you selected CHANGE then select your modem from the name brands
and models listed.  If your modem is not listed and you have a disk
from the modem manufacturer choose HAVE DISK and install your modem.

Choose OK until you return to the REMOTE ACCESS SETUP screen. Click   
on the NETWORK button on the right side of that window.  Choose ONLY 
TCP/IP Protocol. Then OK. You will be back at the REMOTE ACCESS SETUP
window...click on CONTINUE.

This brings you back to the NETWORK main window.  Select the
PROTOCOLS tab.  If no protocols are installed choose ADD and install
TCP/IP protocol from the SELECT NETWORK PROTOCOL window.

Next Select the BINDINGS tab. Expand the REMOTE ACCESS SERVER SERVICE
Icon. Then expand the WINS Client (TCP/IP) icon.  This should show
that REMOTE ACCESS WAN WRAPPER has been installed.

Now choose CLOSE from the NETWORK Window.  Then restart your
computer...cold boot is best.

After rebooting double click on MY COMPUTER.  Double click on Dial-Up
Networking Icon  Select NEW for the Phone Book Entry to Dial. Under
BASIC enter any name you choose but "AzNET" seems appropriate :-).
Enter the phone number you should call.  You can also add alternative
numbers under ALTERNATIVES but this isn't necessary.  Leave the USE
TELEPHONY DIALING PROPERTIES box blank.  Your modem should be listed
in the DIAL USING box.  If it isn't choose configure and go through
the modem identification and configuration process as above.

Next choose the SERVER tab.  "Under Dial-up Server Type" it should 
read: "PPP, WindowsNT, Windows 95 Plus, Internet.  Under Network  
Protocols select only TCP/IP.  Click on the TCP/IP Settings button.
If you have a server assigned IP address, most AzNET customers do,
and if you don't know just select SERVER ASSIGNED IP ADDRESS.  Next
choose SERVER ASSIGNED NAME SERVER ADDRESSES. Leave the PRIMARY WINS
and SECONDARY WINS blank.  The boxes labeled USE IP HEADER COMPRESSION
and USE DEFAULT GATEWAY ON REMOTE NETWORK should have been checked by 
default...if not click on each box and a check mark will appear. Once 
you are satisfied that you have the everything correct, choose OK

Under the SCRIPT tab select NONE unless you have some special dialing
needs (PBX etc), or if you have a special script need...but you
should be able to access AzNET fine with NO script.

Under SECURITY tab ACCEPT ANY AUTHENTICATION INCLUDING CLEAR TEXT
should be selected.

Under X25 under NETWORK it should say NONE.

Now you can select OK  This will take you back to the DIAL-UP
NETWORKING window. For the sake of insuring that all the data you  
just entered is saved you should CLOSE the DIAL-UP NETWORKING window
and reboot your computer.

Once rebooted open MY COMPUTER.  Double click on DIAL-UP NETWORKING
and choose MORE.  Click on CREATE SHORT CUT TO ENTRY to put the AzNET 
Icon on your desk top if you want.  You can also set User Preferences
and Logon Preferences to suit your needs.

Choose DIAL, and if you have configured everything properly you    
should log on to AzNET without difficulty.The modem should dial, and
after a moment, the system should ask for the username and password.
After entering, and establishing connection, a CONNECTED TO  box
should appear with the connection time counting.  Once the connection
is made, other Internet applications like Explorer, MS Exchange, or
any other Internet WinNT compatible program may be started. Pressing
the DISCONNECT button at any time will close the connection.

News and Mail:

The current version of WinNT does not come with a newsreader. The
latest version of MS Explorer does provide a newsreader function. In
Explorer, under VIEW menu, OPTIONS, then NEWS tab, enter
news.znet.com for the server address.

Other news programs that work with WinNT are: Agent, NewsXepress,
Netscape, and many others.  Where prompted, use the name server name from your New Account Quickstart as a
news server setting.

EMAIL ADDRESS: username@aznet.net
INTERNET MAIL SERVER: username@aznet.net

Click the ADVANCED button:
OUTBOUND MAIL: (use the "outgoing (SMTP) mail server" setting from your
New account Quickstart)

Click OK on previous 3 windows and exit Exchange, and restart computer.

Many other email programs are available such as, Eudora, Netscape, 
and others. Use the Incoming and Outgoing mail server names from your  
New Account Quickstart for the setting in POP Server / Incoming
Mail Server and in SMTP / Outgoing Mail server.  Account and password
for your email account(s) can also be found on your Quickstart.

Troubleshooting:

Your username and password must be entered exactly as shown in
lower-case, with no spaces.

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.  LOG ON should be
checked and ENABLE SOFTWARE COMPRESSION should not be checked.

If you have a version with PPP scripting, you may not need to have
the terminal widow open at the start of each session.  Consult the
Win95 help section in the ACCESSORIES | DIAL-UP SCRIPTING TOOL
section, if present.

Always shut-down and restart the system after making any changes to
the NETWORK or DIAL-UP settings.

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

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