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A.M. is based on EnterNet by Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS).
Access Manager V1.2 is now basically the same as EnterNet 300 V1.34 (minus the persistent connection function) and is available here

All references below to either A.M., Access Manager or EnterNet are applicable to each other.

1. What do I need to do to get A.M. / EnterNet (below release 1.3) to work for NT 4?
2. Windows NT box freezing with A.M. / EnterNet.

3. What network interface does EnterNet require?
4. Installing on Windows NT (V1.2 and below)
5. Win 2000

6. Can you give me FAQs on RASPPPoE?
7. How do I get EnterNet to auto connect on boot in Windows 2000?
8. Installing EnterNet on Windows NT (as a service on V1.2 or below) Suggestions.
9. Frequent network time-outs.
10. EnterNet with Windows '95 first edition becomes unstable after prolonged use.
11. I notice a slower boot time, or delays / Blackouts or Time-outs while waiting for webpages to load.
12. Internet Explorer and "No Connection / Try Again " error
13. Heavy disk activity while surfing the web using I.E.
14. How do I use Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) with EnterNet?
15. I have a LAN and my client computers have trouble with Web Browsing, stalling, sending large e-mail's, etc.
16. How do I determine what MTU speed I should use?
17. I get an error every time I try to add a new instance of TCP/IP. "Your system allows only X instances of X".

18. Does EnterNet support multiprocessor Windows NT systems?

19. I'm running windows '95 after removing DUN (Dial-Up Networking) from my system I can not connect using EnterNet.

20. How do I turn on DoD in EnterNet 300 V1.3 and above?

21. The profile window in Windows 2000 is always open when I load my profile. How do I prevent that from happening?
22. How do I use Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing (ICS Windows 2000) with EnterNet?
23. Does Winproxy 3.0 work with EnterNet under Windows NT?
24. EnterNet now inserts 1454 as the MTU does it also insert a value for the MSTCP DefaultRcvWindow.
25. My Windows 2000 is configured to have several users that can log on/off of Windows, but when this happens, the EnterNet connection disconnects.
26. How do I get EnterNet to run as a service and not shut down, when a user log's off?
27. Will EnterNet work with Windows ME?
28. "Tap failed to load" error with Access Manager.
29. Does Access Manager work on Windows ME?
30. I'm using Windows '98 SE and my computer hangs on Startup and or Shutdown.
31. Does EnterNet work with Windows 2000 or ME?
32. I am having trouble with Windows 2000 Server.
33. How do I use ICS in Windows ME with any PPPoE software?
34. How do I use ICS in Windows 2000 with any PPPoE software?
35. Do you have info on the native PPPoE in Windows XP?
36. I'm using Windows Media Player 7 and it won't connect to anything.
37. Do you have a how to install CFOS?

1. What do I need to do to get A.M. / EnterNet (below release 1.3) to work for NT 4?

So far, the known workarounds (for some NT4 users at least) to get AM / EnterNet and NT4 to coexist are:

Upgrade to the newest version of A.M.

Auto start one of the Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS)TAPX drivers to prevent replication

Assign static IP to the "real" NIC to prevent DHCP error messages

Start DHCP manually to prevent it from trying to get an IP address for the "fake" Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS)PPPoE NIC at boot time

Login with admin privileges.

Please be sure you have version 1.102.006 or greater.

Now, although these workarounds help some NT4 users, they don't help all NT4 users.

2. Windows NT box freezing with A.M. / EnterNet.
Your first problem may be SP6 It has a serious TCP/IP bug. There is a fix, but I've been told the best thing to do is to go back to SP5. Make sure you uninstall AM, THEN uninstall SP6, and then reinstall AM.

Your second problem may be DHCP: PPPoE doesn't use DHCP. So here's how you solve it:

On NT Go to Control Panel->Services

Find the DHCP Client and Disable it

3. What network interface does EnterNet require?
EnterNet for Windows 95/98 and NT 4.0 consists of a 32-bit application (the EnterNet "Dialer") and an NDIS 3.0 compliant driver that supports both the Windows operating systems.
EnterNet runs over any standard NDIS 3.0 or above compatible Ethernet Adapter. The Ethernet Adapter is attached by cable to a Local Area Network (LAN). In general, if youíre currently able to connect to other Windows systems via LAN, you have sufficient hardware to run EnterNet.

You may already have an Ethernet Adapter installed and the Microsoft TCP/IP protocol bound to the adapter. If so, youíre ready to install EnterNet. If you havenít already installed your Ethernet Adapter, you must do this before installing EnterNet. The Microsoft TCP/IP protocol should also be bound to the Ethernet Adapter.

4. Installing on Windows NT (V1.2 and below)
After agreeing to the License terms, the files will be copied to the EnterNet directory. In addition, on Windows 95 and 98 systems, the EnterNet Adapter will be bound to the operating system.
However for NT systems, there is no automatic binding. The Network Properties prompts for information to bind the EnterNet Adapter. These steps follow:
  • Click on the "Adapters" Tab
  • Select "Add"
  • Select "Network TeleSystems PPPoE Adapter" in the list of adapters and Click "OK".
  • NT will display a dialog titled "Windows NT Setup" requesting the location of the files it needs to copy.
  • You do not need to enter anything in this dialog. Click "Continue".
  • Click the "Bindings" Tab.
  • Click on the "Show Bindings for:" drop-down list and select "all adapters".
  • Find the "Network TeleSystems PPPoE Adapter" entry and expand the node by clicking on the + node.
  • If NetBEUI Protocol is shown in the node, click on NetBEUI Protocol and then click "Disable".
  • Click "Close".
  • The "Microsoft TCP/IP Properties" dialog should now be visible. Select "Network TeleSystems PPPoE Adapter" in the "Adapter" drop-down list.
  • Select the "Obtain an IP address from a DHCP server" radio button.
  • Microsoft TCP/IP will display a Yes/No message box asking if you want to enable DHCP. Click "Yes".
  • Click "OK" to close the Microsoft TCP/IP Properties dialog.
  • NT will display a Yes/No message box asking if you want to restart your computer. Click "No".
  • Close notepad to continue the Network TeleSystems PPPoE Adapter setup program.
  • Upon completion of setup, you will be prompted to reboot your system. This is necessary for the newly installed drivers to load properly. Click finish to reboot.
  • After rebooting, you can verify that the network has been setup correctly by going back to the Network Properties from your Control Panel. You will notice that a second adapter has been installed (Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS) PPPoE Adapter). A second instance of the Microsoft TCP/IP protocol will also have been added, bound to the Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS) PPPoE Adapter, with all IP addresses and parameters assigned dynamically. The rest of the system remains unchanged.
5. Win 2000
Access Manager now has Windows 2000 support. EnterNet 300 V1.3 and above have proper Windows 2000 support.A new user created client is now available under Windows 2000. It is only a 40kB download and I've been hearing good things about it. Now named RASPPPoE. See our FAQs here.
6. Can you give me FAQs on RASPPPoE?

Yes, click here.

7. How do I get EnterNet to auto connect on boot in Windows 2000?
In your profile section of EnterNet do not check off "Open EnterNet" but do check off "auto-connect".
8. Installing EnterNet on Windows NT (as a service on V1.2 or below) Suggestions.

Firstly, install EnterNet according to the instructions, create a profile, and connect. Disconnect and Exit EnterNet. You need to adjust the settings on the profile to "Connect Automatically" and "Default Profile" but no "Start a User Logs On".

Go to the APP directory under where you installed EnterNet. In here you will see an EnterNetFolders.EXE and an EnterNet.EXE. The former is the "create a profile" application and the later is the actual EnterNet exe. Make sure EnterNet is not connected or running, enter the following command line: C:\EnterNet\App> EnterNet.EXE -AutoStart
EnterNet should start up, connect, minimize to the systray. Disconnect and exit EnterNet.
Now, use a program like FireDaemon to install the EnterNet.EXE with the
-AutoStart parameter as a Service. It must run under the Local System
account, and it must not interact with the Desktop. Set the service
startup to "Automatic".

Note: If you permit EnterNet to Interact with the Desktop it will register itself for "User Logoff" events and shut down when a user at the Console logs off.

Note: The only real drawback is that if the EnterNet connection disconnects, you have to stop and start the service in order to restore the connection. Otherwise, the connection will run from startup to shutdown and survive logon and logoff events.

9. Frequent network time-outs.
Old DLL files cause this problem. Please install the msdun13.exe patch available from Microsoft.
10. EnterNet with Windows '95 first edition becomes unstable after prolonged use.
Upgrading your Windows msdun13.exe will solve this problem.
11. I notice a slower boot time, or delays / Blackouts or Time-outs while waiting for webpages to load.

Generally this is Windows looking for a DHCP server, it does this every ten minutes or so, causing your web browsing to freeze for 30 seconds or so.

Windows 95, 98, ME
1. Right click on Network Neighborhood (My Network places)
2. Choose "Properties"
3. A new window will open
4. Highlight the TCP/IP bound to the Ethernet card that is connected to the DSL Modem
5. Click "Properties"
6. Choose the "IP Address" tab, specify, type 192.168.0.15
7. Set the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0
8. "OK"

Windows 2000
1) Right click "My Network Places" -> Choose "Properties"
2) Right click the icon for your Ethernet adapter -> Choose "Properties"
3) Highlight the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" listing
4) Click "Properties"
5) Click on "Use the following IP address"
6) Type in 192.168.0.15
7) Set the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0

Windows XP
1) Go to "Start" -> "Control Panel"
2) Click on "Network & Internet Connections"
3) Click on "Network Connections"
4) Right click on the icon for your Ethernet card connected to your DSL modem _> Choose "Properties"
5) Click on "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) -> Click "Properties"
6) In the "General" tab check off "Use the following IP address"
7) Type in 192.168.0.15
8) Enter a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0
9) Click "OK"
10) Click "OK"

You can also just disable DHCP on NT and 2000
On NT Go to Control Panel->Services -> Find the DHCP Client and Disable it
In Windows 2000 go to "Administrative tools" -> "Services" there you will find an option to disable it

Note: In Windows 2000 I am finding out that with an internal DSL modem you can not change from DHCP or even disable it. You have to leave DHCP as is.

12. Internet Explorer and "No Connection / Try Again" error

With Win '98: Go to add/remove programs Select IEx and then remove Select Repair, or you can update to a newer version of IE

You can also try downloading the Off-line Browsing package available from the Windows update site.

Or you can try:
Download this Registry file to your desktop.
2) Right click on it and choose "Install" or "Merge"
Or you can try this:
If you have installed MSN uninstall it and then try out the following:
1) Close all Screens and disconnect from the internet
2) Click on Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Internet Options -> Connections Tab -> Setup Button
3) Select "I want to connecting manually.... " -> Click Next
4) Select " I want to connecting by a LAN ..... " -> Click Next
5) Make sure there is nothing selected in the Automatic Proxy Configuration window -> Click Next
6) Select No for the "Do you want to setup a mail account now? " window -> Click Next
7) Uncheck "To connect to the internet immediately select this box and -> click Finish
8) You should be back to the Control Panel -> Double Click on Add/Remove Programs
9) Find Microsoft Internet Explorer -> Double click on it _> Then Choose "Repair"
13. Heavy disk activity while surfing the web using I.E.
Eliminate the autodial connection from IE5 and changed it to a LAN connection
14. How do I use Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) with EnterNet?

Note: These instructions also apply to the new version of Access Manager.

1) Install the EnterNet 300 V1.3 software

Note: Make sure you also follow the steps for setting up a VPN (question 7 from the EnterNet page) this is also needed for EnterNet and ICS to coexist.)

2) Add the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) software on your gateway machine (the computer that will connect and share your Internet connection to the client systems (other computers).
3) You do this by clicking "start -> settings -> control panel ->Add/Remove Programs".
4) Then "windows setup".
5) Under "components tab", double-click on the "Internet tools" category.
6) Check the "Internet connection sharing" and click on "OK" to install.

Note: You will need to go step by step through the Internet sharing setup until it asks the kind of connection. Choose the option for "cable or dsl".

7) Continue and it will prompt you for the device. Select the "Network TeleSystems P.P.P.o.E. Adapter". (If using Access Manager: Select the "Sympatico High Speed Edition Adapter".)
8) You will then be prompted to make a setup disk for the client machines.
9) You will be asked to restart.
10) Install the setup disk on the client machines.
11) On the gateway system, start a connection and then use the ICS application on the shared systems. You will be updated with new private addresses. At this point you should be connected.

Note: It has been brought to my attention that Win98SE ICS has yet another MTU key in the registry on the gateway that needs to be adjusted in order to allow a PPPoE to be shared correctly.

It is found as follows;

Hkey_Local_Machine\ System\CurrentControlSet\ Services\ICSharing\ Settings\General\InternetMTU

See below for the value needed.

Note: I've gotten word that when using Pacbell DSL with EnterNet 300 and ICS, the second Ethernet card which connects to your local network can not be a USB Ethernet card.

15. I have a LAN and my client computers have trouble with Web Browsing, stalling, sending large e-mail's, etc.

You probably need to change the value for your MTUs

Note: For AOL Plus DSL: The Dial-up Adapter, Dial-up Adapter #2 (VPN), as well as your Ethernet card need an MTU of 1428 and Ethernet card.

Note: The newest release of EnterNet 300 V1.3 (March 11, 2000) adjusts MTU values to 1454 so MTU adjustments are no longer needed.

I myself like the info and ease of use from Speedguide (Windows, 95, 98, and 2000). Download the appropriate patch, save it to your hard drive. Then open it up, edit the MTU values (see below to determine size), save the file. Then right click on the newly saved file, and choose install.Or you can use these tools:

DrTCP
Cablenut
Or for manual info click here:
Speedguide (windows 95, & 98)
Speedguide (Windows 2000)

Here is the Key using Regedit to adjust your MTU in Windows 2000: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ System\CurrentControlSet\ Services\Tcpip\ Parameters\ Interfaces\["Adapter ID"]

Windows XP
There is no regkey to change the MTU value for PPPoE. What should happen is that the ISP should negotiate the correct MRU in PPP for their network. XP will support that and set the MTU accordingly. (See Question 37 on the this page for updated information)

Note: It has been brought to my attention that Win98SE ICS has yet another MTU key in the registry on the gateway that needs to be adjusted in order to allow a PPPoE to be shared correctly. It is found as follows;
Hkey_Local_Machine\ System\CurrentControlSet\ Services\ICSharing\ Settings\General\ InternetMTU

Note: Always back-up your original registry file.

16. How do I determine what MTU speed I should use?

The "MaxMTU" value you should use in the Windows 9x Registry is actually limited by your ISP's MTU value.

In a DOS Prompt type

ping -f -l [packetsize] [www.yourisp.com]

[packetsize] = the amount of data you want to send under 1500 [www.yourisp.com] is your ISP's URLThe largest value that does not give you the error "Packet needs to be fragmented, but DF set" will be either your ISP's MTU, or their MTU-28 (excluding the header)Try either the value you get, or the value + 28 (to not exceed 1492)Note: also Set the default receive window to be (MTUValue - 40)*128

17. I get an error every time I try to add a new instance of TCP/IP. "Your system allows only X instances of X".
1) Use any text editor (such as Notepad) to view the Nettrans.inf file in the Windows\Inf folder.
2) Increase the MaxInstance entry for the appropriate protocol.
Note that the maximum number for this entry is 8.
3) Save the changes to the Nettrans.inf file, and then quit Notepad.
18. Does EnterNet support multiprocessor Windows NT systems?

The initial design parameters of EnterNet did not include support for Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP). However, EnterNet 300 V1.34 and above support dual processors in NT and 2000.

The new Access Manager now also supports dual processors in NT and 2000.

19. I'm running windows '95 after removing DUN (Dial-Up Networking) from my system I can not connect using EnterNet.
Install DUN it is needed on Windows '95 to run EnterNet or WinPoET.
20. How do I turn on DoD in EnterNet 300 V1.3 and above?

1) To enable Dial-On-Demand, you must edit the Setup.ini file BEFORE running the Install.
2) In the section under [CustomOptions], add this line:InstallDoD=1
3)Default = 0 (false). If during install you want to provide the user the option to install EnterNetís Dial-on-Demand feature, set this value to 1 (true). Note: Dial-on-Demand does not work with Netscape Navigator.

21. The profile window in Windows 2000 is always open when I load my profile. How do I prevent that from happening?
1) Go to Control Panel, double click on PPPoE service
2) Click once on EnterNet Service and check Subservice loads when PPPoE service starts

3) Click OK.
22. How do I use Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing (ICS Windows 2000) with EnterNet?
1) Install a 2nd Ethernet adapter for your private LAN and reboot.
2) Connect the newly installed Ethernet card to your Ethernet hub.
3) Right click on "My Network Places".
4) Choose "Properties".
5) Choose the local area connection that is associated with your PPPoE adapter.
6) Right click on it and choose "Properties".
7) Choose the "Sharing" tab.
8) Check off "Enable Internet Connection Sharing".
9) Click on the drop down arrow in the "For local network:" box 10) Choose the Ethernet adapter associated with your private network.

Note: This will automatically assign the address 192.168.0.1 to the private network gateway and enable DHCP.

11) To use the shared connection, connect the private network hosts to the Ethernet hub.

Note: Hosts on the private network should have their TCP/IP set to use DHCP.

23. Does Winproxy 3.0 work with EnterNet under Windows NT?

Winproxy 3.0 uses Deterministic Network Enhance (DNE) is not compatible with EnterNet 100 or 300. When you attempt to use EnterNet to connect to your ISP, NT blue screens. You must return to using Winproxy 2.1.

24. EnterNet now inserts 1454 as the MTU does it also insert a value for the MSTCP DefaultRcvWindow.

Yes. It's in the Adapter properties, Maxframesize. But it is not used to negotiate MTU size like you'd think. It is used to tell Microsoft's TCP to set the TCP MaxSegmentsize (to 1414). Same is done for NT.

Don't get it confused with the TCP RcvWindowSize, EnterNet does not modify this.

25. My Windows 2000 is configured to have several users that can log on/off of Windows, but when this happens, the EnterNet connection disconnects.

You must:

1) Disable the "Allow Service to Interact with Desktop" setting for the PPPoE service.
2) Disable the "Launch EnterNet 300 at Windows Startup" setting for EnterNet. (EnterNet being started as a Subservice of PPPoE).
3) Leave the "Auto-Connect" setting for EnterNet enabled.

26. How do I get EnterNet to run as a service and not shut down, when a user log's off?

Microsoft

27. Will EnterNet work with Windows ME?

Yes, but with a little work. Uninstall EnterNet before you upgrade your OS.

If you upgrade while EnterNet 1.34 is installed, you will blue screen. To get out of situation, Start Windows in Safe mode, then from your Network Control Panel, remove the Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS) PPPoE Adapter. Then reboot and add the adapter (using the Add/Remove Hardware from the Control Panel) after it's finished the OS upgrade.

You will also need to:

1) Right click on the EnterNet icon in your Sys tray.
2) Choose "Application Settings"
3) Click the "Advanced" button - Screen shot
4) Switch from "Private API" to "DHCP" - Screen shot

EnterNet 100 will not support Windows Millennium.

28. "Tap failed to load" error with Access Manager. (See question 15 on the EnterNet page for help with EnterNet and this problem.)

This has been discovered with some PCI based Ethernet adapters which fail to
identify to the Efficient Networks (Formerly NTS) Tap driver. Try installing an ISA Ethernet adapter to
get around this problem. (I wouldn't bother with this one, but I thought I'd
give you all options).

In some cases this may help: click Connections Menu -> Settings -> Advanced
button and change the Network Access mode from the default Filter Driver to
Protocol Driver.

You should be able to uninstall A.M.
Then Reboot.
Look for any left over A.M. folders delete them, (found here: C:\Sympatico High Speed Edition\Access Manager).
Then reboot, and reinstall Access Manager.
That should do the trick.

29. Does Access Manager work on Windows ME?

1) Right click the A.M. icon in your System tray.
2) Choose "Sympatico Properties"
3) Then choose "Advanced"
4) Switch it from "API" to "DHCP"

30. I'm using Windows '98 SE and my computer hangs on Startup and or Shutdown.

A solution can be found here.

31. Does EnterNet work with Windows 2000 or ME?

EnterNet 300 V1.4 does without having to ignore errors on install etc.

32. I am having trouble with Windows 2000 Server.

If using EnterNet move up to V1.5.

33. How do I use ICS in Windows ME with any PPPoE software?

1) Double click on "My Network Places"
2) Double click on "Home Networking"
3) Click "Next"
4) If you've already run the initial set-up you'll have this option "I want to edit Home networking", select that option
5) Click "Next"
6) Check off "Yes, this computer" then Check off "A direct connection to"
7) In drop down menu choose "Dial-up Networking" (For RASPPPoE) "Dial-up Networking" (For WinPoET) "Efficient Networks PPPoE Adapter" (For EnterNet) "Efficient Networks PPPoE Adapter" (For Access Manager)
8) Click "Next"
9) Check "Yes"
10) In the drop down menu select the Ethernet card connected to your other computer
11) Click "Next"
12) Check "Yes, connect to the internet"
13) Click "Next"
14) Click "Next"
15) You can set up file sharing here if needed, click "Next"
16) Check "Yes, create a Home Network disk"
17) Click "Next"
18) Insert a floppy disk and click "Next"
19) Click "Finish" and reboot
20) Install created floppy disk on the computers you want to share this connection.
21) Surf Away!

34. How do I use ICS in Windows 2000 with any PPPoE software?

1) Right click on "My Network Places" -> Choose "Properties"
2) Right click on the icon representing the connection you want to share. For WinPoET and RASPPPoE it would be the Dial-up Adapter used for that connection. For Access Manager and EnterNet it would be the "Efficient Networks PPPoE Adapter" adapter. -> Choose "Properties"
3) Click on the "Sharing" tab (for dial-up adapters you may have to configure a few settings for the adapter before you get to the window allowing you to click the "Sharing" tab. If you must, put in a telephone number put in 0)
4) Check off "Enable Internet Connection Sharing for this Device"
5) Check off "Enable on-demand dialing"
6) Click "OK"
7) Make sure the other computers that will be sharing this connection are set to "Obtain an IP address automatically".

Windows 95, 98, ME
1) Go to "Network Neighborhood" ("My Network Places" in Windows ME) right click on the icon and choose "Properties"
2) On the "Configuration" tab select the TCP/IP stack bound to the Ethernet card connect to the other PC
3) Select "Properties"
4) Choose the "IP Address" tab and select "Obtain an IP address automatically"

Windows NT
1) Right click on "Network Neighborhood"
2) Choose "Properties"
3) Click the "Protocols" tab
4) Click on "TCP/IP Protocol"
5) Click on "Properties"
6) In the "Adapter" drop down menu choose the Ethernet card connected to the other PC
7) Select "Obtain an IP address automatically"

Windows 2000
1) Right click "My Network Places"
2) Choose "Properties"
3) Right click the "Local Area Connection" (Ethernet card) connected to the other PC
4) Choose "Properties"
5) Click the "General" Tab
6) Click the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)"
7) Click on "Properties"
8) Select "Obtain an IP address automatically"

35. Do you have info on the native PPPoE in Windows XP?

Yes. Click here.

36. I'm using Windows Media Player 7 and it won't connect to anything.

This registry file forces WMP to be online and should fix the problem, always back up your registry before making changes.

37. Do you have a how to install CFOS?

Yes, click here.

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