You will need:
These instructions assume that you are not already on a network. If you are, please consult your network administrator for instructions. If you follow these instructions, you may lose your network connectivity.
We recommend using the most current release versions of Open Transport and FreePPP.
If you are currently using "ConfigPPP," we recommend switching to FreePPP. FreePPP has a much better external interface and is more flexible; the internal operations are basically the same as ConfigPPP.
If not already installed, run the FreePPP Setup application, and follow it's instructions.
If not already installed, run the Open Transport installer, and follow it's instructions. If you are using Apple's Classic Networking, either follow the Classic Networking Instructions or use Apple's Network Software Selector to switch to Open Transport. The Network Software Selector was installed onto your machine during the Open Transport installation.
and now, onto the setup images_files.
The FreePPP icon should now be present on your menu bar. It looks like a globe and a telephone. From that FreePPP menu, choose "Open FreePPP Setupimages_files."
The FreePPP Setup application should open up. The first time you run it, it will open up to the "General" tab. If it is not there already, click on the "General" tab. If you do not see the area with the "General", "Accounts", and "Locations" tabs, click the small triangle in the bottom left to expand the FreePPP screen. The settings here are up to you. Set them up as you like.
Now click the "Modem Setup" button. The settings here should be correct images_files. "Modem speaker on while connecting" and "Hangup on disconnect" are both checked, and "AutoDetect init string" is selected. The rest of the options are not selected.
Click on the "Accounts" tab.
Your FreePPP Setup application may not have any accounts listed. Click on "New" to create your Bitwise connection. You will get another dialog box, with three more tabs on it. click the "Account" tab, and fill in the following information:
Now click the "Connection" tab.
Now click the "Options" tab.
It should look exactly like the picture above.
Click "OK". Select the "General" tab again, and click the "Open TCP/IP" button.
Configure it to look like the graphic above. Close and save.
That's it! If your Mac asks you to restart, go ahead. Otherwise, you're all set to connect to Bitwise!
See ya on the 'net!