Before you start, Please collect your NetExpress Account Information.
If you need your Account Information, please call us at 03 364 5888.
Assuming that your XP is not not in Classic View
Click on the Start button [Generally on the Left Bottom of your Screen], from the menu choose
Connect to then choose Show all connections. That opens
the Network Connections window:
Then click Create a new connection [The first option from Network Tasks, on the Left]
That brings up the New Connection Wizard
Select Connect to the Internet
Select Set up my connection manually
Select Connect using a dial-up modem
In the ISP Name box, type NetExpress
The phone numbers:
* Christchurch : 0867-00099 (364-5890)
*............. : 0867-75246 (364-5870)
*............. : 0867-15015 (961-5015)
* Auckland : 9160214
From your NetExpress Account Information [ Call us if you lost your account information ], enter the
Username and the Password and Confirm password.
Check the boxes at the bottom [ Recommended ].
Check Add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop [Recommended for easy access]
Then, Add our Server Information to your Dial Up Connection
If the last step did not bring up the Connect NetExpress window,
click on the NetExpress DialUp connection in the Network Connections window.
Click on the Properties button
The General Properties tab always comes up first.
Click on the Networking tab
On the Networking tab, check Internet Protocol
TCP/IP, then click the Properties button.
From the General tab, Select Use the following DNS server addresses:
Preferred DNS Server: 18.104.22.168
Alternate DNS Server: 22.214.171.124
Click OK, then click OK on the Networking Properties Window,
this brings you back to the Connect NetExpress window.
Now You should be able to Connect to the Internet
Please make sure that the telephone cable is connected to the modem, and you are getting dialtone while connectiong
Click on the Dial button to connect to the Internet
Then, open your Internet Browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera etc..) or your
Email Program (Outlook, Netscape etc..).
To get to the NetExpress Dial up Connection window in the future, double-click on the Shortcut named NetExpress
on your desktop.