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Posted on 2000-03-19
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HOW DO I SET UP A ISP ACCOUNT WHEN I DON'T KNOW ANY ISP NUMBERS(UK), OR HAVE ANY ACCOUNT USERNAME ETC. I'M MACHINE IS STAND-ALONE USING A 56K MODEM, I'VE COFIGURED PPP, IT DETECTS MODEM ETC, I JUST DON'T KNOW HOW TO FIND OUT A TELEPHONE NUMBER ETC. IS IT OK TO USE FTP AND TELNET USING PPP OR IS THERE A BETTER WAY ?
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Well, you look in your phone book and find out who provides ISP services in your area. Call them and they'll probably be happy to set up (for a fee) a dial-up account for you. When you get your account, you'll be provided the telephone numbers, username & password, nameserver info, etc. that you need.
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go round a friends house who is on net and using windows.  Then surf to some site which is an ISP sign-up and write down the details.  Alternatively when your friend isnt looking, quickly scribble down his detials.
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