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Skyline Systems
Los Angeles, California, USA

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Network settings for internet connections
  1. Windows XP
  2. WinXP Static IP Users
  3. Windows 2000
  4. Windows 95/98/ME
1. Windows XP:
  1. Click on the "Start" menu, then "Connect To", then "Show All Connections".
    Note: If you don't see "Connect to", go to "Control Panel" then "Network Connections", then continue on from step 2.
  2. Under the "Network Tasks" section single-click the "Create new connection" link.
  3. A "Welcome to the New Connection Wizard" box should appear. Click "Next".
  4. A "Network Connection Type" box should appear. Select the "Connect to the Internet" radio button. Click "Next".
  5. A "Getting Ready" box should appear. Select "Setup my connection manually" radio button. Click "Next".
  6. An "Internet Connection" box should appear. Select the "Connect using a broadband connection that is always on" radio button. Click "Next".
  7. A "Completing the New Connection Wizard" box should appear. Click "Finish."

Note: If you have a static IP address, please continue with the instructions below (if you don't know what a "static IP" is you probably don't have one) or close the window by clicking on the "x" in the upper right corner.

 

WinXP Static IP Users:
  1. Click on the "Start" menu, then "Control Panel" and then "Network Connections".
  2. Single click on your connection under "LAN or High Speed Internet Connection".
  3. Under the "Network Tasks" window on the left, select "Change Settings of this Connection".
  4. A "Local Area Network Connection" window should appear. Select the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)". Click on the "Properties" button.
  5. An "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties" window should appear. Enter the information from your "Cruzio Information Sheet".
3. Windows 2000:
  1. Click the on the "Start" menu, then choose"Settings".
  2. Choose "Network and Dialup Connections", then "Local Area Network"
  3. In the new window, click"Properties" and make sure TCP/IP is installed and checked
  4. If necessary, install TCP/IP by selecting "Protocol", then choosing "TCP/IP"
  5. Select "TCP/IP" and click on the "Properties"
  6. Make sure "Obtain an IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server automatically" are selected . Customers with a static IP should should select "Use the following IP address" and enter the information from the "Cruzio Information Sheet".
  7. Click on the "Advanced" button at the bottom of the window.
  8. Select the "IP Settings" tab and remove any IP, gateway or DNS addresses.
  9. Select "Append these DNS suffixes" and enter "cruzio.com".
  10. Select WINS tab and remove any wins addresses.
  11. Make sure "Enable LMHosts Lookup" is unchecked.
  12. Click on the "Options" tab and select "IP security"
  13. Select "TCP/IP Filtering", then click on the "Properties" button and uncheck "Enable TCP/IP Filtering", then click "OK" on all windows.
  14. Restart your computer.
4. Windows 95/98/ME:
  1. Click the "Start" button, choose "Settings", then choose "Control Panel".

  2. Double-click the "Network" icon. (Windows ME users note: if you see no "Network" icon, click on "View All Control Panels Option" on the left-hand side of the window.)

  3. From the list that appears, choose "TCP/IP-> [your ethernet card]" (not "TCP/IP-> Dial-Up Adapter").

  4. Click the "Properties" button.

  5. Select the "IP Address" tab (if it is not already selected). Select the "Obtain an IP Address Automatically" button or, if you're using a static IP address, "Use the following IP address" and enter the information from your "Cruzio Information Sheet".

  6. Select the "DNS Configuration" tab. Select the "Disable DNS" radio button.

  7. Select the "WINS Configuration" tab. Select the "Disable WINS Resolution" radio button.

  8. Select the "Gateways" tab. If there are any installed gateways, delete them.

  9. Click "OK" to close the TCP/IP properties window.

  10. Click "OK" to close the Network window.

  11. Restart your computer.

 

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