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How do I get an ip from my internet provider?

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If you are using DHCP it should get one when you start your computer. I am not sure your computer skills but I have seen people plug a phone cable into the dsl modem so make sure you have an Ethernet cable pluged into the ethernet port. Sorry if you knew that but I have seen it before. One other question does your provider require a certain browser to get setup first? Under OS9 in the system Pref folder there is a TCP/IP preference, you can trash that and reboot then go back to control panels and reset your settings to ethernet/ using dhcp.

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  2. From the View menu, choose Network.
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My I Mac says I have an application already for dial up/ Trying to get new connection


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I can pretty much guarantee that this is an issue with your DNS servers.

Open System Preferences > Netowork > Show > Airport > TCP/IP.

Use the Open DNS Project's servers instead of your ISPs:

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there is like very rare chance for the network card in the system to go faulty afyter its mac
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Some providers make you use IE to do the initial setup. I am guessing you are running OS9 so it could be IE 5.2 for the mac. Did you get a valid ip? Can you tell me who your isp is and I can look up what you need.

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Yes it can be done if you are in OS9 under your apple menu control panels you will see a Tcp/ip setting. In there change the setting to modem built in then put in the phone number you wish to dial and it should work. There also use to be a setting called free PPP that would work also.

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