Changing your dialup number in Windows95/98
To perform this task, you will have to
edit the properties of the Dial Up Networking session that connects you
to BerkshireNet. In this document, right-click means to click on
something once with your right mouse button, left-click means to
click once with your left button, and double-click means to click
twice (quickly) on something with your left button.
To change the dialup number, double-click
on your My Computer icon which located on the upper left portion
of your desktop.
Once in My Computer, look for
a Dial Up Networking icon.
Double-click on your Dial
Up Networking icon, and it should present you with a window that contains
your BerkshireNet dialup connection icon.
Right-click on your BerkshireNet
icon. You will see a small menu appear near your mouse icon. Left-click
on Properties in that menu. This will present you with a window
that has some dialup settings.
Locate the area where the phone number
is entered, and replace it with the new telephone number. When finished,
left-click on OK.
From this point on, any new connection
you establish with BerkshireNet should dial that new number.