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Chapter 25. Special Features for Noteboo... > Using Dial-Up Networking on a Notebo...

Using Dial-Up Networking on a Notebook

With the Dial-Up Networking (pages 852-854) capabilities of Windows 98, you can access other computers, a LAN, or even the Internet and World Wide Web through an Internet service provider (ISP). This section covers the notebook-specific techniques of setting up locations, connecting to a remote system, accessing ISPs, and autodialing.

→ For additional information on connecting to remote systems, see "Managing Dial-Up Networking Connections,"


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