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  • TCP/IP For Open Transport (post MacOS 7.5.3)
  • MacTCP For Classic Mac Networking
Remote Access and TCP/IP For Open Transport


Modem
Go to Control Panels and Modem.

Appletalk
Go to Control Panels and Open Appletalk.

TCP/IP
Go to Control Panels and Open TCP/IP.

Remote Access
Go to Control Panels and Open Remote Access (or PPP).


Control Strip
You can use the Remote Access Control Strip module to connect and disconnect.

If you think that there is anything missing from this documentation don't hesitate to send suggestions.


MacTCP

Install Instructions:
Put MacTCP in the Control Panels Folder within your System Folder.
If you are using System 7 dragging MacTCP onto your System Folder should do this for you.

  • You should install FreePPP before restarting your computer.

  • To make MacTCP & FreePPP available you will have to restart your computer.

Configuring MacTCP
Open the MacTCP control panel and configure it as follows:
MacTCP-Basic

  • You will need to have FreePPP installed for the FreePPP option to show up.

  • Select the FreePPP option from the basic screen.

  • Click on the More... button



You will then see this page.
Set it up as follows.

MacTCP-prefrences

  • Remember to hit OK when you finish, if you hit 'Cancel' the changes will be lost.
NOTE: The address of the gateway will be set when you connect.

MacTCP should now be setup correctly.




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