Customer Support

DSL Setup: Mac OS9

In order to get your DSL working on your Macintosh running Mac OS9, you will need to input certain IP information by following the steps described below, and using the settings that were provided to you ( IP address, gateway address, subnet mask, and DNS server addresses). Follow these instructions:

First, you must activate Appletalk. Pull down the Apple Menu, highlight Control Panels, and then highlight the AppleTalk line.

OS96

Once you are in the AppleTalk window, choose Connect via: Ethernet (or Ethernet built-in) and close the window. You will be asked if you want to save that configuration. Answer yes. There will be a slight delay while AppleTalk becomes activated.

OS95

Next, pull down the Apple Menu, highlight Control Panels, and then highlight the TCP/IP line.

OS91

Once in the TCP/IP window, it's time to configure your IP address assignment.:

  • If you purchased Residential DSL, click here to set up dynamic IP address assignment.
  • If you purchased Business DSL, click here for your static IP address assignment

If you purchased a Residential DSL package of any bandwidth, follow these instructions:

  1. In the Connect via: pulldown menu, choose "Ethernet".
  2. In the Configure pulldown menu, choose "Using DHCP Server".
  3. Leave all other information below the Configure menu as is. There is no need to fill in any of these blocks.
  4. Click on Close button.
  5. Now open your Internet browser and try to go to any site. You should now be connected to the Internet at high speed via your DSL connection. If not, call us and will help you troubleshoot.

OS92

If you purchased a Business DSL package of any bandwidth, follow these instructions:

  1. In the Connect via: pulldown menu, choose "Ethernet".
  2. In the Configure pulldown menu, choose "Manually".
  3. Fill in the empty boxes below as follows:
    1. In the IP Address box: Type in the static address or address block provided by Hawaii Online.
    2. In the Subnet Mask box: Type in 255.255.255.0 (or as other directed by Hawaii Online).
    3. In the Router Address box: Type in the Gateway address provided by Hawaii Online.
    4. In the DNS Servers box: Type in the two server addresses as shown in the picture below.
    5. In the Search Domains box: Either leave blank or type in "aloha.net".
  4. Click on Close button.
  5. Now open your Internet browser and try to go to any site. You should now be connected to the Internet at high speed via your DSL connection. If not, call us and we'll help you troubleshoot.

OS94

 
808NetFone  •   Wireless   •    DSL  •   Dial-Up Access   •   Web Hosting   •    Nationwide Roaming   •    Dial-Up Numbers   •    HOL Extras   •    Support
Check E-mail   •    Manage Account   •   Downloads   •    Site Map   •    Terms & Conditions   •    Domain Registration   •    Home

©Copyright 2002 - 2011 Wavecom Solutions/Hawaii OnLine