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Windows 95/98 TCP/IP Configuration
  •    These instructions are intended for a stand alone PC. If you are connected to a network PLEASE CONSULT YOUR NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR on how to connect with Windows 95.
  •    Also, if you are running Windows 98, there may or may not be a few minor differences in the instructions that are listed here; but, the configurations are still the same.

  • Step 1. Dial-up Networking Installation

    Check to see if the Dial-up Networking folder is present in My Computer located on your desktop.

    If so go on to Step 2. If not click on Control Panel. 

  • Double click on Add/Remove Programs, and select the Windows Setup tab.
  • Highlight the communications option and click details.
  • Check the Dial-up Networking option.
  • Click OK, then OK again.
  • Windows 95 will ask you for your installation CD-ROM or disk(s)..
  • After copying the files it needs, Windows 95 will ask you to reboot your computer.
  • Go ahead and reboot your computer and proceed to Step 2.



    Step 2. Dial-up Adapter and TCP/IP Installation

    In the control panel, double click the network icon. Select the Configuration tab. If Dial-up Adapter and TCP/IP are both present, proceed to Step 3. If they are not present, follow these instructions for installing each component.

    Adding Dial-up Adapter and TCP/IP


    Dial-up Adapter TCP/IP
  • In the network window on the configuration tab, click Add.
  • Highlight Adapter and click Add.
  • Under Manufactures, select Microsoft, then highlight Dial-up Adapter on the right. 



    Click OK.

  • In the network window on the configuration tab, click Add.
  • Highlight protocol, and click Add.
  • Under manufactures, select Microsoft, then highlight TCP/IP on the right.



    Click OK.

    The Dial-up Adapter and TCP/IP should now be present in the Network dialog box. Click OK and restart Windows 95.

    Step 3. Setting up Dial-up Networking

    Double-click on the My Computer icon, then double-click on the Dial-up Networking icon. Double-click on the make new connection icon. For "Type a name for the computer you are dialing" enter "Beldar Internet" or a name you will recognize. Make sure your make and model of your modem is showing in the Select a modem box.

    • Click the configure button.
    • Select 38400 for a 14.4 modem.
    • Select 57600 for a 28.8 modem.
    • Select 115000 for an 56 modem.



    • Then select the options tab.
    • Uncheck "Bring up terminal window after dialing".
    • Click the OK button, then click Next.
    • Click the Finish button.
    The icon for your connection should now appear in the Dial-up Networking folder.

    Step 4. Dial-up Networking Properties.

    In the Dial-up Networking folder, select the Beldar Internet or named icon with the right mouse button and select properties. Click on the Server Type button. Make sure the server type is "PPP: Windows95, WindowsNT 3.5, Internet".

    Advanced Options

    • Uncheck Log on to network.
    • Check Enable software compression.
     Allowed Network Protocols
    • Uncheck the IPX/SPX Compatible box for "Allowed network protocols."
    • Uncheck the NetBEUI box for "Allowed network protocols."
    • Check the TCP/IP box for "Allowed network protocols."
    • Click on the TCP/IP Settings button.
    • Check "Server assigned IP Address".
    • Check "Server assigned name server addresses".
    • Check "Use IP header compression".
    • Check "Use default gateway on remote host".
     Leave the Primary and Secondary WINS fields blank.

     Step 5. Connecting to Beldar Internet.

    To Connect, double-click on the Beldar Internet or named icon in the Dial-up Networking folder. 

    • The username and password fields ARE used here.
    • If you do not want to have to type your password in every time you connect to Beldar Internet (or if you want to password protect your Internet Access), then check "Save Password."
    • Click on the "Connect" button and your modem will start dialing.

    You are now connected!

    To disconnect, click on the disconnect button in the "Connected to Beldar Internet or named" window. 

    Enjoy !

    We thank you again for your business.


    Neil McNeely

    Beldar Associates 

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