Question about Computers & Internet
I intend to change my IP from Bigpond to Tadaust,because I recieve a pension and I will be able to use more internet for my money. Tadaust will not offer support for modems that arn't theirs. What settings in my computer do I need to change when they transfer my IP to Tadaust? Do I need to change settings in the modem and Outlook? I run windows XP. The modem is also connected to my wife's laptop which has Vista as the operating system.
Changing IP is automatic when you switch providers. If you're question is actually changing internet connection using existing modem then it's a different story altogether.
First, using Tadaust as your internet requires a username and a password for a dial up connection and a DSL PPPoE connection. You need this information before you can try to connecto Tadaust.
I am not sure if you are trying to make a dial up connection or DSL connection but both can be done on XP by going to Start -> Network Connection -> Create a new connection and then follow the instructions. Almost the same procedure on Vista.
Here's a link to Tadaust support page which might be helpful to you -> http://www.tadaustconnect.org.au/support/
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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