Setting Up Internet Dialup Networking on Windows 2000
Configuring Windows 2000
Setting up the Dial-up in
Windows2000 is very straight forward. You should already have everything
necessary to "dial-up"installed.
Setting up your dial-up
Click on Start, Settings,
Network and Dial-up Connections.
Make new connection.
"Welcome to the Network
Connection Wizard", click next.
Put a check in "dial-up
to the internet", click next.
Put a check in " I want
to set up my internet manually", click next.
Put a check in "I connect
through a phone line and modem", click next.
Enter '03' in the area
code field. Enter the telephone
number in the telephone number field, then click the Advanced button.
Under connection type put a
check under "PPP (Point to Point Protocol". Under Logon
Procedure check none. Click the address tab.
Under IP addresses check 'internet
service provider automatically provides one'
Under DNS server address check
always use the following.
Primary DNS server is 188.8.131.52.
Secondary DNS server is 184.108.40.206.
Click Ok, then click next.
Enter your Username/Password,
Name your connection (example
Under "do you want to set
up and internet mail account now?" put a check under "No".
Click next, then click finish.
Note: For advanced configurations
such as "Internet Connection Sharing" please refer to your windows
2000 onscreen help files.