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The New Connection icon always appears in the Network Connections folder. It starts the New Connection Wizard, which guides you through the process of creating all connection types, except for local area connections. The steps in the wizard guide you through the configuration options for each type of connection. The wizard enables you to select among three common connection types. Each connection type is then automatically configured with the most appropriate defaults for most cases. Figure 25-3 shows the three connection types: Connect to the Internet, Connect to the network at my workplace, and Set up an advanced connection. In addition, Windows XP Service Pack 1a adds a fourth option, Set up a home or small office network, that lets you start the Network Setup Wizard, which is described later in this chapter in Configuring Home Networks.
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Select this connection type to start the Internet Connection Wizard and connect to the Internet. File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks is disabled, protecting your computer s file and print shares from computers on the Internet. The Internet Connection Wizard allows you to select a dial-up or broadband connection. Dial-up connection By selecting the dial-up connection, you can configure your Windows XP Professional based computer to access the Internet for a finite period of time using a dialup technology such as a dial-up analog modem, ISDN, or X.25. A modem or comparable piece of data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) should be installed within or attached to your computer before such a logical configuration is attempted.
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The Internet Connection Wizard automatically connects you to the Microsoft Referral Service to help you select an ISP if you select Dial-up to the Internet and either of the following:
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I want to sign up for a new Internet account. (My telephone line is connected to my modem.) I want to transfer my existing Internet account to this computer. (My telephone line is connected to my modem.)
The Microsoft Referral Service automates the process and provides the phone numbers to you. Before you create an Internet connection, check with your Internet service provider (ISP) to verify the required connection settings. A connection to your ISP might require one or more of the following settings:
A specific IP address Domain Name System (DNS) addresses and domain names Other optional settings
Broadband connection Select Broadband Connection to configure your Windows XP Professional based computer for a persistent connection to the Internet using a faster broadband technology such as PPPoE, cable modem, DSL, or a leased line such as a T1. Unless you supply specific information about your broadband connection, Windows XP Professional dynamically detects and configures your broadband connection, assuming that the device necessary to establish such a connection is already in place.
Connecting to the Network at My Workplace
Select this connection type to connect to a private network from home, a field office, or another location. Direct connection This option allows you to connect directly by dial-up or broadband into a corporate (or other private) network. Internet connection This option allows you to access the corporate network by means of the Internet by creating a secure VPN connection. Depending upon how the VPN server has been configured, the VPN connection uses either PPTP or L2TP as its tunneling protocol.
Advanced Connection
Select the Advanced Connection type for two other selections. Set Up This Computer to Accept Incoming Connections Select this option to configure a Windows XP Professional based computer to act as a remote access server accepting incoming connections. For more information about configuring a Windows XP Professional based computer to act as a remote access server, see Managing Incoming Connections later in this chapter.
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Connecting Directly to Another Computer Select this option to connect your Windows XP Professional based computer directly to another computer by means of a parallel, serial, or infrared port-to-port connection. You can designate your computer to act either as the Host or the Guest computer. The Host makes data available to another computer. The Guest is the computer that accesses data on the Host computer. To connect directly to another computer 1. In Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections. 2. In Network and Internet Connections, click Network Connections. 3. In Network Connections, under Network Tasks, click Create a new connection. In the New Connection Wizard, click Next. 4. Select Set up an advanced connection, and then click Next. 5. In the Advanced Connection Options dialog box, select Connect directly to another computer, and then click Next. 6. Select Host, and then click Next. 7. In the Connection Device dialog box, select the appropriate device for this connection and then click Next. 8. In the Users allowed to connect dialog box, select the check box next to the name of the user to whom you want to assign the right to connect this computer and then click Next. Note that a disabled account affects the user s ability to connect. (If you want to add a user name to the account list, click Add and then type the User name, Full name, Password, and Password confirmation of the user.) 9. In the Completing the Network Connection Wizard dialog box, type the connection name in the text box, and then click Finish.
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