Create a Dial-up Connection

AT&T U-verse Internet is able to deliver higher downstream speed and upstream speed up to 24 Mbit/s and 3 Mbit/s (U-verse Max Turbo) compared with other Internet service. It satisfies almost all your requirements for net play. To enjoy those fabulous entertainments, you need to connect Internet at first.

The steps below detail how to create a dial connection on a Windows 7 computer.
1. Select the Start button.
2. Select Control Panel.
3. Select Network and Internet.
4. Select Network and Sharing Center.
5. Select Set up a new connection or network.
6. Select Set up a dial-up connection.
7. Select Next.
8. Enter the access number in the Dial-up phone number field. Enter *70 before the number to block call waiting. If the phone line being used has voicemail or MemoryCall, enter ,,,, before the number to avoid messages interrupting the detection of dial tone on the line.
9. Enter the primary Member ID (username@att.net) in the User name field.
10. Enter the password in the Password field. To verify password spelling, check Show characters to see the password.
11. Check Remember this password.
12. In the Connection name field, enter AT&T.
13. Select Connect. The dialer will not be created unless Connect is selected.
14. Once connected, select Browse the Internet now to open the default Web browser, or select Close.

To add a shortcut of the Dial connection to the Desktop, do the following:
1. Select the Start button.
2. Select Control Panel.
3. Select Network and Internet.
4. Select Network and Sharing Center.
5. Select Change adapter settings.
6. Right click your mouse on the AT&T dial connection and select Create shortcut.
7. Select Yes to place the shortcut on the Desktop.

Well, you can surf the Internet now. Don’t forget to check our U-verse coupons if you need.

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2 Responses to Create a Dial-up Connection

  1. Fiona says:

    Thanks for your detailed steps.

  2. Lose says:

    I got this guide to create a dial connection on a Windows 7 computer.

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