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March 23, 2017
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Dial-up Configuration

Email Settings
username: (type in your NCCN.net username)
password: (call office for your initial password)
Incoming email: pop3.nccn.net
Outgoing email: smtp.nccn.net

Domain Name Server (DNS) Settings – also for ISDN
Host: (type in your NCCN.net username)
Domain: nccn.net
Primary DNS: 198.61.239.165
Secondary DNS: 204.232.206.25

Dial-up Telephone numbers
IMPORTANT
Spiral cannot be responsible for any toll call charges that you might accrue if you enter a non-local Internet access number.

Be certain that your new dial-up phone number is a local call from your SBC/AT&T phone service to avoid any toll charges. You can verify local call phone numbers by clicking on the link below. Then type in your phone number area code plus first three digits. You will then be able to view a list of prefixes that are billed as local calls with SBC/AT&T from your phone. Choose a number from our dial-up list that matches one of these prefixes. Click here to check. If you have Verizon for your telephone service, please call their Customer Service number to be certain you are dialing a local toll-free number.

Complete Database of Access Numbers
For our complete searchable list of access telephone numbers, click here

How to change the dial-up number in your computer settings
Note: Do not type in the area code, just the last 7 digits of the local number.

Windows XP/2000
Click “Start”, then “Control Panel”
On the left hand side of the control panel, there is a section that either says, “Switch to classic view, or “Switch to category view”. If it says switch to classic view, click on it. If it says switch to category view, do nothing.
Double click on the “Network Connections” icon
In Network connections, right click on your NCCN connection, and select “Properties”
In the properties window, delete the current number and replace is with one of our new numbers.
Click “OK” and you are done

Windows 95/98
Double click on the “My Computer” icon
In “My Computer” double click on “Dial-up Networking”
In “Dial-up Networking” right click on your connection, and left click on “Properties”
In the properties window erase the current number and replace it with a new number
Press “OK”, then close the dial-up networking window

Windows ME
Click “Start”, then “Settings”, and then “Control Panel”
In the control panel, double click on “Dial-up Networking”
In “Dial-up Networking” right click on your connection, and left click on “Properties”
In the properties window erase the current number and replace it with a new number
Press “OK”, then close the dial-up networking window

Apple Macintosh OS X (10.1 to 10.4)
Click on the Apple logo in the upper left corner
Select “System Preferences”
In system preferences, click on the “Network” icon
In the Network window, highlight “Internal Modem”, then click on “Configure”
Click on “PPP” from the top bar
Change the Telephone Number to one of our new numbers
Press “Save” or “Apply Now” and then you’re done

Apple Macintosh OS 7.xx-9.xx
Click the “Apple” menu
Select “Control Panel”
In the control panel, double click “Remote Access”
In “Remote Access” erase the current number and replace it with one of our new numbers
Press “Connect” saying yes if it asks you to save the changes, and your done.
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