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Below are instructions on how to set up your ISP Doctor connection if your Macintosh computer is running Mac OS 10. Please print this page and keep it in a safe place - if you ever lose the connection on your machine this page will get you back online in minutes!

Creating the connection: Mac OS 10.x

To configure Mac OS 10.x for dial-up access:

  Choose System Preferences from the Apple menu
  Click on the Network icon
  Click the arrow box on the 'Show' pop-up list and choose Internal Modem.
  Click on the TCP/IP tab.
  Click the arrow box on the 'Configure' pop-up list and choose 'Using PPP'.
  In the Domain Name Servers box type the DNS server addresses: 203.33.168.2 and 203.33.168.3. These must be on separate line.
  In the 'Search Domains' box, type in 'ispdr.net.au'

Click on the 'PPP' tab:

  In the Telephone Number field, type your local ISP Doctor access number.
  In the Account Name field type your ISP Doctor username.
  In the Password field type your password.
  Check the box next to 'Save password'.
  Click the 'PPP Options' button.
  Check the box next to 'Connect automatically when starting TCP/IP applications'.
  Uncheck the box next to 'Prompt to stay connected'.
  Uncheck the box next to 'Disconnect if idle'.
  Check the box next to 'Disconnect when user logs out'.
  Click 'OK'

Click on the 'Proxies' tab:

  Tick the 'FTP Proxy' and 'Web Proxy' boxes.
  Type in 'proxy.ispdr.net.au' into the fields adjacent to these boxes.

Click on the Modem tab:

  Click the arrow box on the Modem pop-up list and choose Apple Internal 56K Modem (v.90).
  Click the Tone radio button in the Dialling area.
  Check the box next to Show modem status in menu bar.
  Click the Apply Now button.
  Close the Network window.

Your connection has been created!
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