These simple instructions will serve to help you configure Windows 2000
to use the Internet through Webbworks, Online. You may need your Windows 2000
Configure the Dialup Connection
Double-click on the 'Connect to the Internet' icon. If you
don't see see this icon on your desktop, click on 'Start' |
'Programs' | 'Accessories' | 'Communications' | 'Internet Connection
On the 'Welcome' screen, select 'I want to
set up my Internet connection manually' and click on
Select 'I connect through a phone line and a modem'
and click on 'Next'.
Click on the 'Advanced' button, and then on the
Under 'IP address' make sure that 'Internet service
provider automatically provides one' is selected.
Under 'DNS server address' select 'Always use the
Type 126.96.36.199 and click on 'Add', then
Type 188.8.131.52 and click on 'Add' again.
Click on 'OK'. Enter the phone number for the
Webbworks, Online dialup in your area. Numbers are listed in your
Startup Kit. Make sure that 'Use area code and dialing
rules' is not selected.
Enter your login name as firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enter your password exactly as you choose it, in using the appropriate upper and lower case letters. Click on 'Next'.
Area code: 509
Phone number: 492-4078 (Pasco)
Phone number: 392-4015 (Richland)
Phone number: 585-3648 (Kennewick)
Phone number: 588-7138 (Benton City)
A complete list of Webbworks Online dialup numbers can also be found
on our Webbworks Access Numbers page.
If you are in an area that uses 10 digit local dialing, leave
the area code field blank and put all 10 digits in the phone
Click on 'Next'.
Enter 'Webbworks' for a connection name, and click on
You will then be asked if you want to continue setting up an Internet
Mail account. If you have no preference in web browsers, we recommend
that you select 'Yes', and click on 'Next' to continue
setupof the MS Internet Explorer and Outlook Express. Perform the following
steps only if you do *not* wish to use MS Internet Explorer as
your web browser.
If you do not wish to use the MS Internet Explorer as your web
browser and email program, select 'No' and click on
Make sure to select the box for 'To connect to the Internet
immediately...' and click on 'Finish'.
Make sure that your Webbworks username is listed correctly.
Enter your password, and make sure you remove anything that
appears in that field before typing your own password.
Click on 'Connect'.
Note: You may select the 'Save Password' field, which may allow
you to connect to Webbworks in the future without having to
re-enter your password. Our technical staff has found this option to
be problematic, however, and we can not guarantee that it will work
If you wish to use one of these programs and it is not yet installed on your
computer, you can download it from the
Install and Configure a Web Browser and Email Program
Webbworks supports a wide variety of popular internet applications, including
both the Microsoft Internet Explorer and the Netscape Navigator. Webbworks
also supports several programs for email and Usenet News.
If you do not have a preference in web browsers or email programs, we
recommend that you
If you prefer to use a different web browser or email program, and the
software is already on your computer, here are simple instructions on how to
configure several other popular internet programs. Our supported software
of the Microsoft Internet Explorer and Outlook Express.
If you can't find the answers you're looking for here or you have a
suggestion for something that needs to be added to this documentation,
please feel free to send a message to our