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OfficeConnect

 

® 

 

10/100 LAN CardBus PC Card

 

The following procedures explain how to configure the OfficeConnect 10/100 LAN CardBus PC Card for a 
broadband connection on notebooks running the following operating systems: Windows 95, Windows 98, 
Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me), Windows 2000, and Windows NT 4.0.

 

Windows 95 and Windows 98

 

1 Select 

 

Start

 

/

 

Settings

 

/

 

Control Panel

 

/

 

Network

 

.

2 Select 

 

TCP/IP -> FE573B-3Com 10/100 LAN CardBus-Fast Ethernet,

 

 and then click 

 

Properties

 

.

3 If your ISP provided a specific IP address and subnet mask, select 

 

IP Address

 

.

4 Click 

 

Specify an IP address:

 

 and type the IP and subnet mask addresses in their respective 

text boxes.

 

Configuring a

Broadband Connection

 

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Published May 2001
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Configuring a Broadband Connection

 

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5 If your ISP provided WINS server information, select 

 

WINS Configuration

 

.

6 Click 

 

Enable WINS Resolution:

 

 and type the Primary WINS Server and Secondary WINS Server 

addresses.

7 If you were supplied with scope ID information, type it in the 

 

Scope ID:

 

 text box.

 

If you were not supplied with scope ID information, leave the text box blank.

 

8 If your ISP provided gateway information, select 

 

Gateway

 

 and type the IP address(es) of the 

gateway(s) in the 

 

New gateway:

 

 text box. 

 

After typing each address, click 

 

Add

 

. The addresses will appear in the 

 

Installed gateways:

 

 text field.

 


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Windows 95 and Windows 98

 

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9 If your ISP provided DNS information, select 

 

DNS Configuration.

 

10 Click 

 

Enable DNS

 

 and type the host and domain addresses in their respective text boxes.

 

If you were provided with DNS server information only, type your computer name in the 

 

Host: 

 

text box and 

leave the 

 

Domain: 

 

text box blank.

 

11 Type the DNS server address(es) in the 

 

DNS Server Search Order

 

 text box.

 

After typing each address, click 

 

Add

 

. The address(es) will appear in the text field below the text box.

 

12 If you were provided with domain suffix information, type it in the 

 

Domain Suffix Search Order

 

 

text box. 

 

After typing each suffix, click 

 

Add

 

. The suffix(es) will appear in the field below the text box.

 

13 When you are finished, click 

 

OK

 

.

 

The PC Card is now configured for broadband service.

 


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Configuring a Broadband Connection

 

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Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me)

 

1 Select 

 

Start

 

/

 

Settings

 

/

 

Control Panel

 

/

 

Network

 

.

 

If you do not see the Network icon in the Control Panel, go to the Tools menu and select 

 

Folder Options

 

Click 

 

View

 

, and select 

 

Display all Control Panel options and all folder contents

 

.

 

2 In the Network window, select 

 

TCP/IP -> FE573B-3Com 10/100 LAN CardBus-Fast Ethernet 

 

and 

click 

 

Properties

 

.

 

The TCP/IP Properties window will appear.

 

3 If your ISP provided a specific IP address and subnet mask, select 

 

IP Address

 

4 Click 

 

Specify an IP Address: 

 

and type the addresses in their respective text boxes.

5 If your ISP provided WINS server information, select 

 

WINS Configuration

 

.

6 Click 

 

Enable WINS Resolution:

 

 and type the WINS server addresses in the 

 

WINS Server Search 

Order:

 

 text box.

 

After typing each address, click 

 

Add

 

. The address(es) will appear in the text field below the text box.

 


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Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me)

 

5

7 If you were supplied with scope ID information, type it in the 

 

Scope ID:

 

 text box.

 

If you were not supplied with scope ID information, leave the text box blank.

 

8 If your ISP provided gateway information, select 

 

Gateway

 

 and type the IP address(es) of the 

gateway(s) into the 

 

New gateway:

 

 text box.

 

After typing each address, click 

 

Add

 

. The address(es) will appear in the 

 

Installed gateways:

 

 text field.

 


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Configuring a Broadband Connection

 

6

9 If your ISP provided DNS information, select 

 

DNS Configuration

 

.

10 Click 

 

Enable DNS

 

 and type the host and domain addresses in their respective text boxes.

 

If you were provided with DNS server information only, type your computer name in the 

 

Host: 

 

text box and 

leave the 

 

Domain: 

 

text box blank.

 

11 Type the DNS server addresses in the 

 

DNS Server Search Order

 

 text box.

 

After typing each address, click 

 

Add

 

. The address(es) will appear in the text field below the text box.

 

12 If you were provided with domain suffix information, type it in the 

 

Domain Suffix Search Order

 

 

text box.

 

After typing each suffix, click 

 

Add

 

. The suffix(es) will appear in the text field below the text box.

 

13 When you are finished, click 

 

OK

 

.

 

The PC Card is now configured for broadband service.

 


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Windows 2000

 

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Windows 2000

 

1 Select 

 

Start

 

/

 

Settings

 

/

 

Control Panel

 

/

 

Network and Dial-up Connections

 

.

2 Right-click 

 

Local Area Connection

 

 and select 

 

Properties

 

.

 

The Local Area Connection Properties window will appear.

 

3 Verify that the 

 

Connect using: 

 

text box displays: 

 

FE573B-3Com 10/100 LAN CardBus-Fast Ethernet

 

.

4 From the 

 

Components checked are used by this connection:

 

 list box, select 

 

Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)

 

.

5 Click 

 

Properties 

 

in the Local Area Connection Properties window.

 

The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window will appear.

 

6 If your ISP provided a specific IP address and subnet mask, click 

 

Use the following IP address: 

 

and 

type the addresses in their respective text boxes.

7 If you received a gateway address, type the address in the 

 

Default Gateway:

 

 text box.

 

If you did not receive a gateway address, leave the text box blank.

 

NOTE: 

 

You may have more than one local area connection.

 


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Configuring a Broadband Connection

 

8

8 If you received DNS server information, click 

 

Use the following DNS server addresses:

 

 and type the 

DNS server IP address(es) in their respective text boxes.

9 If your ISP provided WINS server information, click 

 

Advanced… in the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) 

Properties window.

The Advanced TCP/IP Settings window will appear.

10 Select WINS and type the WINS server address(es) in the WINS Addresses, in order of use: text field.

After each entry, click Add.

 


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Windows NT 4.0

9

11 When you are finished, click OKOK, and OK again.

The PC Card is now configured for broadband service.

Windows NT 4.0

1 Select Start/Settings/Control Panel/Network.

2 Select Protocols.

3 Select TCP/IP Protocol and click Properties.

The Microsoft TCP/IP Properties window will appear.

4 If your ISP provided a specific IP address and subnet mask, select IP Address.

5 Select FE573B-3Com 10/100 LAN CardBus-Fast Ethernet from the Adapter: drop down list. 

6 Click Specify an IP address and type the IP and subnet mask addresses in their respective 

text boxes.

7 If you were supplied with a gateway address, type the address in the Default Gateway: text box.

If you were not supplied with a gateway address, leave the text box blank.

 


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Configuring a Broadband Connection

10

8 If your ISP provided DNS information, select DNS and type the host and domain addresses in their 

respective text boxes.

If you were provided with DNS server information only, type your computer name in the Host Name: text box 
and leave the Domain: text box blank.

9 Type the DNS server addresses in the DNS Service Search Order text box. 

After typing each address, click Add. The addresses will appear in the text field below the text box.

10 If you were provided with domain suffix information, type it in the Domain Suffix Search Order 

text box. 

After typing each suffix, click Add. The suffix(es) will appear in the text field below the text box.

11 If your ISP provided WINS server information, select WINS Address.

12 Select FE573B-3Com 10/100 LAN CardBus-Fast Ethernet from the Adapter: drop down list.

13 Type the primary and secondary server addresses in their respective text boxes.

 


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Windows NT 4.0

11

14 If you were supplied with scope ID information, type it in the Scope ID: text box.

If you were not supplied with scope ID information, leave the text box blank.

15 When you are finished, click OK.

The PC Card is now configured for broadband service.

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