307294 – Common Solutions for Windows Messenger Account Logon Problems1 which is the problem of these days
using the Netgear DG834G and AOL Platinum
I can log on with AOL9 but not with MS IE 6 or Outlook Express unless I go through a dialup modem
Signing In Through a LAN
Signing In Through a Firewall or a NAT
Windows Messenger is configured to run whenever you turn on your computer.
When you connect to the Internet, Windows Messenger automatically connects to its server, even from behind a firewall or a network address translation (NAT). Windows Messenger first tries to connect directly so that you can use its full functionality. If Windows Messenger cannot connect directly, it uses the same HTTP connection that your default browser uses to connect to the Internet.
yes so far so good
For more information, visit this Microsoft Web site helphome2:
Started the day with an 810 am telphone conversation with the broadband guys in Waterford and because the function is OK in AOL 9 the belief is that it is a winsock problem
and AOL American OnLine for “legal reasons” does not give advice on regdedit fixes but say look it up yourself in Microsoft Knowledge Base3
Microsoft Help and Support4
better head for the USENET groups next
- ^ 307294 – Common Solutions for Windows Messenger Account Logon Problems (support.microsoft.com)
- ^ this Microsoft Web site helphome (messenger.microsoft.com)
- ^ Microsoft Knowledge Base (support.microsoft.com)
- ^ Microsoft Help and Support (support.microsoft.com)
- ^ Google Groups (groups.google.com)
- ^ gmail address (aoldotcom.blogspot.com)
- ^ Google Groups Search 2 beta (groups-beta.google.com)
- ^ Google Groups 2 Search microsoft.public (groups-beta.google.com)
2005-03-05 17:12:44 EST: 846 / 240
Your download speed : 867036 bps, or 846 kbps.
A 105.8 KB/sec transfer rate.
Your upload speed : 246305 bps, or 240 kbps. broadband – The ‘bible’ for Information on DSL, Cable and Other High Speed Internet Services2 McAfee Speedometer USA3 656 kps
- ^ Broadband Speedtest Bandwidth Connection Internet Speed Test (home.cfl.rr.com)
- ^ broadband – The ‘bible’ for Information on DSL, Cable and Other High Speed Internet Services (www.dslreports.com)
- ^ McAfee Speedometer USA (us.mcafee.com)
- ^ broadband.rules.it Sweden (web.bitnet.net)
The Farmers’ Union of Wales’ Meirionnydd branch today (Wednesday August 25) appealed to farmers to take advantage of the Welsh Assembly Government’s (WAG) new scheme to assist those hit by difficulties obtaining broadband reception.
The 2m funding scheme, announced early last month, offers supp ort up to a maximum of 1,000 for individual premises.
FUW Meirionnydd county chairman Robert Wyn Evans said it was important for members to be aware of this scheme as there were many broadband not-spots” in the county and many other parts of rural Wales.
The union has already assisted members in the Cwmtirmynach, Bala area who are preparing quotations to accompany the completed application forms to WAG.
Mr Evans said broadband was now becoming essential to farmers with so many requiring the facility for reporting cattle movements, completion of VAT returns and many other services.
“Many see access to the internet as critical for living and working in rural areas such as Meirionnydd, and we warmly welcome this initiative from the Assembly Government,” Mr Evans added.
He also revealed that FUW county branch staff would assist members with the scheme’s booklets and information at its stand at today’s (Wednesday August 25) Merioneth County Show in Harlech.
Source: newsroom – meattradenewsdaily.co.uk