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1. How do I decode files for Mac downloads?
2. I've installed the new Apple OT 2.6 (Open Transport) and now EnterNet / A.M. won't work.
3. Is there an option to EnterNet for the Mac?
4. I've removed EnterNet / Access Manager from my Mac should I do anything else?
5. EnterNet freezes after connection is established on an iMac
6. Will EnterNet work with the AirPort wireless system? (A.M. also works)
7. EnterNet fails after installing or updating the Mac Open Transport.

8. Does EnterNet support Mac OS 9.04?

9. Error: EnterNet Extension isn't loaded; the Control Strip is displayed as inactive.

10. "EnterNet configuration files could not install" error
11. EnterNet fails after installing or updating the Mac Open Transport.

12. Does EnterNet support Mac OS 9.04?

13. How do I install EnterNet?
14. Where can I buy EnterNet?

1. How do I decode files for Mac downloads?

2. I've installed the new Apple OT 2.6 (Open Transport) and now EnterNet / A.M. won't work.
The solution is to uninstall A.M. then reinstall it after the O.T. is updated.
3. Is there an option to EnterNet for the Mac?
Yes, all are listed on this website.
4. I've removed EnterNet / Access Manager from my Mac should I do anything else?
You should reinstall your Open Transport (OT).

5. EnterNet freezes after connection is established on an iMac

There are two possibilities: One crash has been found to be fixed by upgrading the iMac system and CD-ROM firmware. Contact Apple for firmware updates. A more common problem is due to running AppleTalk over the Ethernet interface to the broadband network. This will easily cause AppleTalk collisions with other systems that may also be broadcasting over the same wire. Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS) recommends in all cases to avoid problems with AppleTalk by pointing the AppleTalk device on the control panel to a Remote or Printer port.

6. Will EnterNet work with the AirPort wireless system? (A.M. also works)

New - Upgrading to the Airport Software version 1.3 will allow you to remove any PPPoE software from your Mac. Make sure you add the domain of your ISP in the domain field when turning PPPoE on inside the AirPort.
Yes using the Airport as Ethernet bridging.
Equipment required:
Macintosh or PC with an 802.11 DSSS compliant wireless interface card such as the Lucent Orinoco (Wavelan) 11Mb Gold or Silver card and the appropriate software.
Apple Airport base station
CPE equipment

Connecting a Macintosh to DSL through the Airport:

Macintosh Laptop software:
Compatible with OS8 through 9.
Using Airport software version 1.1
EnterNet compatible with OS 8 or 9
Airport:
The Airport need to be configured as a straight bridge or deactivate the Internet sharing option.
Configuration:
1) Install the Wireless card and drivers insuring that the card is recognized by the system and is not reporting any conflicts
2) Configure the Airport to deactivate the Internet sharing option.
3) Configure TCP/IP from Control Panel following the standard ISP configuration Method.
4) Open Ethernet 300 and configure to use the Airport Card or Wavelan card as connection method, instead of your regular Ethernet card. Save configuration.
5) Connect the DSL modem Ethernet cable from the modem RJ45 port to the Airport RJ45 port. If you wish to use a hub, insure to connect the modem to the hub using a crossover cable or connect the modem to the uplink port of the hub.
6) Login using the PPPoE software and you are all set to browse using a wireless high speed solution.

7. EnterNet fails after installing or updating the Mac Open Transport.

EnterNet must be reinstalled whenever the Open Transport library is reinstalled or updated.

8. Does EnterNet support Mac OS 9.04?

Yes, but EnterNet must be reinstalled.

9. Error: EnterNet Extension isn't loaded; the Control Strip is displayed as inactive.

In some cases the problem has occurred because of the Automatic Update feature in OS 9.0. Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS) recommends you do not enable this feature. In other cases it appears that the Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS) installer has been prevented from updating the Open Transport Internet library. Usually the problem can be cleared up by saving the following files from your System Folder -> Extensions directory, moving them to a saved folder outside of the extensions (do not rename them), unstuffing (using Stuffit 5.x) the appropriate file into your Extension folder, and rebooting. EnterNet:
Mac OS 8.6 and below: Open Tpt Internet Library
Mac OS 9.0 and above: Open Transport ASLM Modules
Access Manager:
Mac OS 8.6 and below: Open Tpt Internet Library
Mac OS 9.0 and above: Open Transport ASLM Modules

10. "EnterNet configuration files could not install" error

When I click on the EnterNet 300 alias I get an error that the "EnterNet Configuration files are not installed. I've checked in the system folder/preferences/network telesystems and it they are not there. What do I do?
You should download version 1.11 again and reinstall. An earlier version of 1.11 went out with this problem. Once you install 1.11, you can't go back to 1.09.

11. EnterNet fails after installing or updating the Mac Open Transport.

EnterNet must be reinstalled whenever the Open Transport library is reinstalled or updated.

12. Does EnterNet support Mac OS 9.04?

Yes, but EnterNet must be reinstalled

13. How do I install EnterNet?

1. Double-click the INSTALLE.NTE file.
2. Click Continue.
3. On the INSTALLE.NTE window, click Install.
4. When prompted to quit all other running applications, click Continue (and be sure to quit all other running applications).
5. When prompted to restart your computer, click Restart.
6. Your computer will restart with the EnterNet folder opened. Double-click the EnterNet icon.
7. Enter your User ID, Password, and Network, all supplied by your ISP (Internet service provider). Note that the Network field may be blank.
8. Click Connect. After a brief delay, you should be connected to the Internet. Or…You may receive the error message shown below, right. If this happens, perform the following procedure.
9. Click OK.
10. Click the Apple icon (on the left side of your upper Mac toolbar).
11. Point to Control Panels.
12. Click on TCP/IP.
13. In the TCP/IP window, select EnterNet from the Connect via list.
14. From the Configure list, select Using PPP Server.
15. In the Name server addr box, type: 1.0.0.0 (as shown to the right).
16. From the upper tool bar, click File, and then click Quit (not shown).
17. When prompted to save changes, click Save.
18. Return to the EnterNet window, and click Connect.
19. Surf Away!

14. Where can I buy EnterNet?

You can get it here.

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