Macintosh OS X Dial-Up Instructions

1. Install and setup your modem
Instructions can be found in your modem's manual. Modems are already built-in on most recent Macintosh computers that are capable of running OS X

2. Enter network settings
From the Apple Menu select System Controls, and open the Network preference screen.
Make sure you have selected built-in modem (or appropriate) as your network interface.
Click on the PPP tab.

Enter the following settings:
Name: your Access Username
Password: your Access Password
Number: Dallas users use 214-446-6276, (ten digits required)
FT. Worth users use 817-259-6276 (ten digits required)
otherwise use the most appropriate phone number.

**Please note that Waymark Internet Services, Inc. will NOT be held responsible
for any long distance charges you incur.


When you're done, click Apply Now to save your settings.



3. Configure TCP/IP
Click on the TCP/IP tab, and set the Configure drop-down menu to Using PPP. Enter your nameserver addresses in the top right text field, like in the picture shown below. Make sure to click Apply Now when you are done.



4. Dial the modem
Open the Internet Connect program in your Applications folder. It should reflect the settings you entered earlier (make sure you place all ten digits if you are in the Dallas Forth Worth area). Click "connect" to dial.



You're done!

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