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Discussion in 'Networking' started by misa, Oct 3, 2003.

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  1. misa

    misa Thread Starter

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    Hi everyone. I'm using WinXP and SBC Yahoo DSL. I wonder if there is a way to make it connect automatically to the internet everytime I start windows (so I don't have to click Start-Connect to-DSL connection)
     
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    If you do a Google groups search, you'll find tons of info on using a broadband router with SBC Yahoo DSL, which would give you a connection whenever any attached computer was running, no login.
     
  3. play1998

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    actually you can do it here is hwo it goes let me give you link bellsouth has it also if you are using the xp native client then follow these steps for your connection and it will do it :) hope this helps :):)

    http://help.bellsouth.net/blscontent/dslcontent/howto/on_demand_usb_pci.asp?SIID=&problem=on demand&cat=&tpid=&keywords=&category=&metaKeywords=Automatic, On, Demand, Connection, Modem, Internal, PCI, Efficient, Alcatel, 3-Com, 3Com, 3 Com, Connection, Connect IE, Internet, Explorer, Netscape, PPPOA&TITLE=Connectivity%3A+Make+my+connection+always+available+for+the+Alcatel+USB+or+Internal+PCI+modem+%2D+PPPOA+
     
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