to: Macintosh OS X
Use the directions below to create a new remote access connection
Macintosh OS X operating system.
Click Apple Menu, then select System Preferences.
the System Preferences window, Click Network.
the Network Preferences window, pull down the Location menu. Type BAMnet for a new location name.
the TCP/IP category, do not enter values for IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Router, or Domain Name Servers. Enter bamnet.net as the Search Domain.
During a successful
modem connection, the above information is automatically
configured by BAMnet's servers.
in the following for the PPP category.
to the end of your user name. For example username@bamnet.
Important: do not add ".com" to the end of @bamnet
- this will not work!
Visit our Dial-Up
Number page and choose your desired dialup number.
Enter the number in the space as shown above.
If dialing our U.S. 1-800 number, enter the entire
number as 1-800-737-7530. If dialing one of our non-800
style numbers (see
list), use the calling format that works for the area
you are in. For example, if no area code is required when
dialing, you might only need XXX-XXXX as the number to dial.
Each country/state have their own calling formats. For more
information on calling patterns including access from Hotels,
visit our Helpful Tips section in the upper right corner
of this page.
Click PPP Options to review the current configuration.
Click OK to continue.
the Proxies section - leave blank.
the Modem category, select your preferences. Click Apply
Now to complete the setup.
Most phones are
Tone dialing. In various remote locations, you might
need to set this for Pulse.
do I do now?
Now that you have created the new connection, test it by
dialing into the Internet.
Where do I
find the BAMnet Connection?
Choose Internet Connections from the Hard
a successful modem connection, open either Internet Explorer
or Netscape and start browsing the Internet. When
finished browsing, please remember to disconnect from BAMnet.
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