Setting up your Windows 95 Internet Connection with
This outline details how to setup your Windows 95 Dial-Up Networking (DUN) for accessing the
Internet through World Ramp. The following information is important. You might even want to print it
out and keep it in a safe place among your records. That way if you ever have a problem, the answer
will be at your fingertips.
There are a bunch of steps that need to be followed exactly if you want your connection to work
properly. It might look intimidating but don't fret, it's really not that hard. All we ask is that you follow
the instructions EXACTLY. Do not add or subtract steps. If you think you messed up some where,
back off three or four steps and continue again. You can do it, so let's get started. (NOTE: Keep your
Windows 95 software handy, as the set up program might ask you to insert it along the way)
- User Name: given when you started your account
- Password: given when you started your account
- Telephone Access Number: 7405360
- Gateway IP Address :188.8.131.52
- Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
- DNS Primary: 184.108.40.206
- DNS Secondary: 220.127.116.11
A) Installing the Dial-Up Networking
1) Double click on "My Computer" and check to see if "Dialup Networking" is installed. If it IS, skip to the "Setting up TCP/IP" section. If it is NOT installed 2) Double click on "Control Panel" 3) Double click on
"Add/Remove Programs" 4) Click on "Windows Setup" TAB 5) Single Click "Communications" 6)
Single Click on "Details" button (insert your o/s software if asked) 7) Single click "Dial-Up
Networking" (to make sure it's checked) 8) Click on "OK" button 9) Click on "OK" button again.
That's it, you're done with step one! Reboot your computer for the changes to take
B) Setting up the TCP/IP Protocol
1) Double click on "My Computer" 2) Double click on "Control Panel" 3) Double click on "Network"
4) Verify that you have one "TCP/IP" (or "TCP/IP -> Dial-UP Adapter") listed. If you do have
"TCP/IP" (or "TCP/IP -> Dial-UP Adapter") listed, skip to step #9 If you do NOT have TCP/IP listed, follow this installation process; While still in the "Network" window, click on the "ADD" button. 5) Select "Protocol" from the list. 6) Click Add. 7) Select Microsoft from the Manufactures list(on the left) and TCP/IP from the protocol list (on the right). 8) Click the OK button. 9) Click on
TCP/IP to highlight it. 10) Click "Properties" button. 11) Click on
the "IP Address" tab. 12) Select "obtain IP address automatically".
13) Select "Obtain an IP address
automatically" 14) Click on the "WINS Configuration" TAB 15) Select "Disable WINS Resolution"
16) Deselect "Use DHCP for WINS Resolution" 17) Click on the "Gateway" TAB. 18) This is
18.104.22.168 for World Ramp 19) Click on "DNS Configuration" TAB 20) Make sure "Enable
DNS" is selected 21) Where it says "Host" enter in your user name in all lower case letters. 22) Where it says "Domain"
enter: worldramp.net 23) Under the "DNS Search Order" box type in 22.214.171.124 then click on
the "Add" button. 24) Enter in the secondary DNS: 126.96.36.199 into the "DNS Search Order" box.
then click on the "Add" button.
25) Click "OK" button. 26) Click "OK" button again to confirm that you want to allow the computer
to shutdown and restarted. You are almost done! I know that was a lot but congrats getting
C) Creating a New Dial Up Networking Connection Profile
1) Double click on "My Computer" 2) Double click on "Dial-Up Networking" 3) Double click on
"Make New Connection" 4) Type "World Ramp" into the top box and the "Select a modem" box,
should be filled in as Windows 95 should know which modem you are using. Confirm the proper
modem type is displayed and then Click the "Next" button. 5) Enter World Ramp's phone number into the appropriate boxes; (407) (7405360) 6) Click the Next button 7) Click the finish button. You are most the way home! You should now be in the dial up networking window. 8) Click once on the World Ramp icon, so that it is highlighted. 9) Click "file/properties".
10) Click on "Configure" button and make sure that your modem speed is set to 38400 for a 14400 modem, 57600 for a 28800 modem, and 115200 for a 33.6 modem or higher. 11) Click OK 12) Click on "Server Types"
button. 13) Make sure only "Enable Software Compression" and "TCP/IP" are checked. All the rest should be unchecked. 14)
Click "OK" button. Click the OK button again.
The Last Thing To Do
1) While in the "Dial-Up Networking" window, Double click the World Ramp icon. 2)
Enter your User name and Password. Check "Save password" (if you can) to
retain the password so you won't have to type it in again the next time you dial into World Ramp. 6) Click on the
"Connect" button. You should now hear the modem squeel as you dial into Wolrd Ramp.
That's it! You're done!
Note: You can create a Dial-Up Networking Short Cut by dragging the World Ramp icon to the