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Prepared for 55 John Street

Internet Guide

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I. Internet Service

How do I connect to the Internet? WiFi (Wireless Connectivity) is available throughout the building. In order to connect, you will need a Wireless Enabled Laptop or PC Card for your Desktop PC.

What if I don’t have a Wirelessly enabled PC? There are Ethernet jacks located in each room. In order to connect, make sure your PC has a T-Base 10 Ethernet card and an Ethernet (also called CAT-5) cable.

Is the connection MAC compatible? Yes. As long as your Laptop or Desktop computer is Ethernet ready, you will be able to connect to the Internet.

Do I need to configure my PC or MAC in order to connect? Yes. Refer to the Appendix at the back of this Guide for detailed instructions.

I plugged in, but can’t seem to get things working.

For in-room support, please call the Student Help Desk:

646-283-9847

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II. Appendix

Configuring your PC or MAC Computer

If you have still have a problem after following

any of the steps outlined on the following pages, please contact the

Student Help Desk at

646.283.9847

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Configuring a Computer Running Windows 2000

Step 1: Click on [Start] button, then click on the Settings icon, then select the Network and Dial-up Connections from the menu. Note: If you do not see the Network and Dialup Connections option, go to the Control Panel and select Network and Dialup

Connections option.

Step 2: Double-click the Local Area Connection icon.

Note: If you do not see a Local Area Connection icon, then your Ethernet card has not been installed

correctly.

Step 4: Once the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) option is highlighted, click on the [Properties] button to view the settings for this option.

Step 3: In the Local Area Connection Properties window click on the

Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) option to highlight it.

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Step 5: Select the radio button next to the Obtain an IP address

automatically option.

Step 6: Select the radio button next to the Obtain DNS server address automatically option.

Step 7: Click [OK] to finish setting up your Windows 2000 connection. To test your connection, open a browser using Internet Explorer.

Configuring a Computer Running Windows 2000

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Configuring a Computer Running Windows XP

Step 1: Click the [Start]

button, and then select the Control Panel option.

Step 2: In the Control Panel window, click the Network and Internet Connections option. Note: If you have

selected the option to use the Classic View of the Control Panel window skip to Step 3.

Step 3: In the Network and Internet connections window, click the Network Connections option. Note: If you are using the Control Panel in "Classic View" you will see the same icon and title in your window as you see here.

Step 4: In the Network Connections window, right click on the Local Area Connection icon. Note: If you do not see the Local Area Connection Icon your Ethernet card has not been installed correctly.

Step 5: Select Properties from the menu.

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Configuring a Computer Running Windows XP

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Step 6: In the Local Area Connection Properties window, select and highlight the Internet

Protocol (TCP/IP) option.

Step 7: Once the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) option is highlighted, click on the [Properties] button to view the settings for this option.

Step 8: In the Internet

Protocol Properties window, select the radio button next to the Obtain an IP address automatically option.

Step 9: Select the radio button next to the Obtain DNS server address automatically option.

Step 10: Click [OK] and then Restart your computer.

To test your connection, open up a browser using

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Configuring a Computer Running Windows 95/98

Step 1: Click on the [Start] button then click on the

Settings menu option, and then select the Control Panel to open it.

Step 2: When the Control Panel Window opens, double- click the Network Icon.

Step 3: In the Network window, look for the TCP/IP network

component. Note: If the TCP/IP component

appears, skip to Step 8.

Otherwise, continue to Step 4.

Step 4: If TCP/IP does not appear on the list, click the [Add] button.

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Configuring a Computer Running Windows 95/98

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Step 5: From the Select Network Component window, select Protocol and click the [Add] button.

Step 6: In the Select Network Protocol window, select Microsoft from the Manufacturer list.

Step 7: From the Network Protocols list, select TCP/IP, then click the [OK] button.

Step 8: From the Network window, select the TCP/IP option.

Step 9: With the TCP/IP option highlighted, click the [Properties] button.

Step 10: From the ICP/IP Properties window, select the radio button for Obtain an IP address automatically.

Step 11: Click the [OK]

button and then Restart your computer to finalize the

settings. To test your

connection, open a browser using Internet Explorer.

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Configuring a Computer Running MAC OS x

Step 1: Select the System Preferences button on the dock:

Step 2: Select the Network button:

Step 3: Under Show (OS 10.3 and 10.4) or Configure (OS 10.2), select Built-in Ethernet.

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Configuring a Computer Running MAC OS x

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Mac OS 10.3 and 10.4

Mac OS 10.2

In the Location field, select Automatic.

In the Configure IPv4 (OS 10.3 and 10.4) or Configure (OS 10.2) field inside the TCP/IP window, select

“Using DHCP”.

The IP Address field will be automatically configured.

Leave the DHCP Client ID field blank.

Step 4: Click Apply Now (OS 10.3 and 10.4) or Save (OS 10.2) to finish the

configuration.

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III. Residence Care and Support

For questions regarding Internet setup, connection, or configuration, please call the Student Help Desk:

646-283-9847

for Internet Related Issues

References

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