Please Read All Instructions Carefully and Completely
|These instructions take you through the complete process of cinfiguring
the MacTCP and ConfigPPP. This is the most popular dial-in combo
for Macintosh, which is why it’s here. Since this sets you up for
PAP (Password Authentication Protocol), there is no need to write a login
Configure MacTCP and DNS Settings:
1. Go to Apple Menu, Control Panel, and open MacTCP. Highlight
PPP in the main window then choose More.
Modem and General Setup in ConfigPPP. (Internal or Global Village modems)
1. Go to Apple Menu, Control Panel, and open ConfigPPP.
NOTE: If you have purchased Netscape Navigator for Mac, install the Netscape Software here.
Establish a connection to RiverNet
1. Go to Apple Menu, Control Panel, ConfigPPP, and select Open.
NOTE: Netscape Navigator 3.01 and Navigator Gold 3.01 for Macintosh are now available in two compression formats: .bin, which is a Stuffit Expander file; and .hqx, which is a self-extracting file. The .hqx is the default download format and is larger than the .bin format. If you have downloaded a previous beta version of Netscape Navigator or Navigator Gold 3.01, you should download the .bin format because you already have Stuffit Expander on lyour computer. You can download the .bin format directly from the FTP sites for Navigator or Navigator Gold.
Please be advised that three Macintosh software products were found
to be incompatible with Netscape navigator 3.01. Before installing
Navigator 3.01 you should download new versions of SpeedDoubler from Connetix
and SurfWatch. IF you use Apple’s Open Transport networking software,
your should install Open Transport 1.1, which is part of the Macintosh
System 7.5.3 upgrade