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Win95 FAQ Part 8 of 14: Dial-up Networking
Section - 8.8. My Internet provider only has SLIP. Can I use that? (yes.)

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   Install DUN 1.3 or install MS Plus. The dial-up scripter includes
   a SLIP server type for dial-up networking. When you select SLIP: Unix
   Connection, or CSLIP: Unix Connection, from the server type options,
   you will only be able to use TCP/IP.
   
   There are additional scripting commands for using SLIP; be sure to
   check out dial-up scripting help for the details. You may need to use
   the script to obtain an IP address.
   
   4.00.950B users have a better scripting interface which is part of the
   dial-up connection's properties.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 8 of 14: Dial-up Networking
Previous Document: 8.7. How do I set up auto-disconnect?
Next Document: 8.9. Why can't the dial up connection save my password?

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