|AOL's easy to use and
customizable interface makes it still one of the more favored Internet
services in the world. Despite the recent problems that AOL has had,
their dedicated customer base has decided to start using ISP's to get
through to AOL instead of trying to dial into their modems. This may
seem like a bad idea but if you think about it, the customer is paying
for our service and this is something that will be more attractive to
them if they wish to keep their service with AOL.
Setting up AOL to utilize our TCP/IP connection is very simple. This
you how to customize AOL to work with KansasNet.
First thing the customer needs to do is to open up their AOL
screen to the main
log in window. Have the user put in their name and password.
From here, have the user select 'Setup'.
From this screen, have the user click on 'Edit
From this screen the user should make sure that both phone
numbers are removed. Set both sides modems' maximum
speed to 57600.
Then, select the 'Network' settings to
'TCP/IP' on both sides.
The final setup screen should look like this:
Then, have the user select 'OK' twice until
they get back to the main screen. Then, they connect as
normal to AOL and they will be on their way.