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1. What is CFOS?
2. Where do I get it?
3. Can you give me a How to install?

4. How do I edit the MTU in CFOS?

1. What is CFOS?

CFOS turns your Ethernet card into a Com port then uses Dial-up networking to make the PPPoE connection. Basically it turns your connection truly in to dial-up. Though this has some great features as pointed out in the banner. We like it.

2. Where do I get it?

3. Can you give me a How to install?

1) Unzip the CFOS folder
2) Double click the "Setup" file
3) Click "Install"
4) Click "I Agree" -> Click "Next"
5) Click "DSL (PPPoE broadband access" -> Click "Next"
6) Leave "Com Port" as is and make not of the port it selected (Ex: Com4) -> Click "Next"
7) Uncheck "Tim Sync" -> Uncheck "ISDN Caller Monitor" -> Firewall is your option -> Leave "Dynamic CAPI loading" unchecked -> Click "Next"
8) Click "Install"
9) Check off "Setup DSL Dial-up connection" -> Click "OK"
10) Type in a "Connection name" of your choice
11) Enter your userid as provided by your ISP.
Note: you may need to include your ISP's domain as part of your userid. Example: For Verizon customers it would be userid@verizon.net.
12) Enter your password as provided by your ISP
13) Check off "Auto-Connect" -> Check off "Default Connection"
14) Click "OK"
15) Double click the dial-up shortcut now on your desktop -> Click "Dial"
16) Surf Away!

4. How do I edit the MTU in CFOS?

In Windows 95, 98, or ME go to this registry key: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\ Services\Class\Net\ xxx in the IPMTU keys. You can edit the MTU there but, to prevent CFOS from changing the MTU do this:
1) Start Menu -> Find the "CFOS ISDN and DSL driver" icon in your programs listings -> Choose "Configure CFOS"
2) Click "Feature Setup"
3) IN the "Additional Features" box, leave what is typed there already, make sure there is a space between the cursor and what was already there, then type "-km" -> Click "Next"
4) Click "OK"
5) Click "End"

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