>Unfortunately I don't have a solution, even worse, I have exactly the SAME
>PROBLEM. EVERYTHING goes well, I even get an incoming IP adress when I'm connected
>with my internet provider, but after that...nothing happens. When I start netscape
>version 1.1N (32bit) I only get the message back This is not a DNS server.
>Beats me WHAT the problem is :-((((((
>Anyone got suggestions???
>I've followed the steps here and also tried to listen to the advice of Tech
>2. I'm still messed up. I've gotten everything installed but I can't seem
>to get connected.
I had similar problems here is a good chcklist to follow for PPP
First make sure under dialup networking properties that you have the
dialup server set for "PPP :Windows95 WindowsNT,internet"
Under the advanced options have only log on network checked.
Under allowed network protocols have only TCP/IP checked.
In the network setup in controll panel you should have the following
network components installed:
Client for Microsoft Networks
For the properties in the Dial-Up Adapter
TAB:Bindings you should have only TCP/IP checked.
TAB:"Advanced" Disable "IP header compression"
For the properties in the TCP/IP driver
TAB:Bindings: Have Client for Microsoft networks checked
TAB:Gateway: Blank unless your Internet provider tells you different
TAB:WINS: Disabled unless you provider tells you different
TAB:IP Address: This must be set to what your Internet provider tells
you, if they gave you a permanent IP address put it here.
TAB:DNS Configuartion: Enable DNS must be checked!!! The host is the
name you entered for your computer when you named it during setup. The
you need a DNS address which your provider should provide for you.
That is about it.
If this doesn't wokr let me know and I'll try to help you out a little
more if I can..