Blink | tango! | DSL Set Up Instructions - Chazy Westport Communications

1. Modem Installation
Important Note: Do NOT install your modem
until you are notified by Chazy Westport
Communications that your DSL service is
ready.
1. Filters should be connected to any phone
lines that aren’t attached to the DSL modem
directly. You may not need a filter on your
line if you do not hear any static on the line.
If you have a splitter, then the same line that
is attached to your DSL modem can be split
for a phone extension as well. Do not put a
filter on the line leading into the modem.
2. Remove all the contents from the box.
3. Connect the circle end of the AC power
adapter to the back of the modem (1) and
the other end to the wall outlet.
4. Connect one end of the phone cord to the
back of the modem in the slot labeled DSL
(4), and the other end to a phone jack in the
wall. Remember, there should not be a filter
of any type on this line.
5. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable
(one that looks like a phone cord but bigger)
to the back of the modem (3) and the other
end to the jack of your Ethernet port on your
computer. (The Ethernet port is the one that
looks like a phone jack only bigger.)
6. Turn your modem and computer on.
7. The DSL light will blink as it is searching
for the DSL service. Once the light is solid
the DSL is up. It normally takes about 20
seconds for the DSL light to sync up, but
could take up to five minutes.
8. The PC light will be solid when your
computer is turned on, signifying that your
Ethernet port is connected to the DSL
modem successfully
9. The TX and RX lights on the modem are
the transmit and receive lights, respectfully.
These will blink once you start using the DSL
service.
Back of your modem will look similar to this.
2. Select Control Panel. (singular, not plural)
3. Double Click on “Network Connections.”
4. Right Click on “Local Area Connection”
and select “Properties.”
5. Click on “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and
select properties.
2. Next you will need to configure
your Network Settings.
6. Make sure the button is checked that says
“Obtain an IP automatically” and “Obtain
DNS server address automatically”.
7. Click OK.
Choose A or B based on your Windows
system version.
A. Instructions for Windows 95, 98, ME.
1. Go to Start > Settings> Control Panel.
2. Double click on Network (If you use
Windows ME double click Network & Dial-Up
Connections, right click Local Area
Connection and select Properties).
3. Select the TCP/IP that is associated with
your network card (You do not want to
select the one that says TCP/IP Dial Up
Adapter) Highlight and click Properties.
4. Select “Obtain IP Address automatically.”
5. Click on the Gateway Tab. Remove all
information. Once it is empty, proceed.
6. Click the DNS Configuration Tab and
select “Disable DNS.”
8. Click OK, then OK again. Restart your
computer if you are prompted to do so.
B. Instructions for Windows 2000, and
XP.
1.Click on the Start Menu.
8. Close all the windows.
3. Next you will need to Install your
Broadband Software.
Broadband Installation SoftwareWindows 95, 98, ME, 2000.
1. Insert the ‘Westelcom Installation CD’.
2. Select the ‘Westelcom DSL Installer’
option and follow the steps to Install the
Tango PPPOE software. Restart your
computer.
3. Upon Restart, double click the ‘Tango
Manager’ icon on your desktop.
4. Select ‘Access’ from the left hand menu
column.
5. Double-click ‘Create New Profile’.
6. Enter ‘Westelcom Broadband’ as a name
for the profile.
7. Click ‘Next’ and enter your username and
password assigned or requested when you
signed up for broadband service from
Westelcom. Remember, passwords ARE
case sensitive.
8. Click ‘Next’. The wizard will then try to
connect to a PPPoE server on our network.
If it is successful, you will be logged in. Click
‘Finish’. Your IP and DNS settings are
automatically set when you connect with
Tango.
9. In order to enable an automatic log-in at
start-up, double-click once more on the
‘Tango Manager’ icon on your desktop.
10. Select ‘Home’ and then ‘Preferences’ on
the lower left of the window.
11. Check the box ‘Launch on Startup’ and
‘Minimize at Startup’. This will automatically
connect you to the internet when you Startup your computer.
12. Double clicking on the profile you created
in Tango will also Connect you to your
Broadband account.
Instructions for Windows XP.
Windows XP comes with a built in PPPoE
client.
Please refer to your windows documentation
on installation of this client (normally it is
under Start, Network Connections, Create
New Connection, and the choice to use
PPPoE will be in the setup instructions).
3. Setting-Up Your Outlook Express
Email
If you already have your Outlook Express set
up for your Westelcom Email account(s) you
will need to change a couple of your settings.
Windows
1. Open Outlook Express, go to Tools>click
Accounts. Click on the “Mail” tab, select the
one that says “mail.westelcom.com”, then
hit “Properties”. This will open up a new
window.
2. Click on the tab that says “Connection”.
You will want to change the option that says
“Always connect to this account using a DialUp” to “Local Area Network”
If you are a new customer or have just never
set up your Westelcom email account(s) in
Outlook Express follow the instructions
below.
Windows
1. Double click on Outlook Express
2. Step by step instructions may appear.
3. If you are a user already, add a new
account by Tools>accounts>add>mail
4. Choose “POP3” and you incoming mail
server.
5. Type “mail.Westelcom.com” for Incoming
and outgoing mail.
6. The wizard will walk you through the
steps.
7. Next, go to Tools>Accounts>. Click on the
“Mail” tab, select the one that says
“mail.Westelcomcom”, the hit “Properties” A
new window will open.
8. Click on the tab that says “Connection”.
You will want to change the Option that says
“Always connect to this account using a Dialup” to “Local Area Network”
DSL Instructions for PC
Customer Name:
__________________
Installation Date:
__________________
Your Ethernet Modem Box
Includes:
1. Ethernet Modem
2. RJ11 cord. This is the
standard telephone cord.
3. Ethernet Cable. This is the
cable that looks like a regular
phone cord but has a bigger
plug.
4. AC Power Adapter
5. (3) DSL filters.
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