att-passport-installation.eng by gegeshandong


This document covers the Windows 95 version (which is OK for Windows 95, 98, 2000,
ME, NT). The Windows 3.1 version performs in same manner in almost every step, where
there are differences they will be indicated in italic

 Run installation file PASYNONE.EXE
(For Win 3.1 run PASWNONE.EXE)

   You will be prompted to select which directory to install into. Leave the default:

   Accept license information (click on OK)

   On the next screen you will be requested to select which software to install. SELECT
    ONLY AT&T PASSPORT ASYNC. (Do not select AT&T Passport IP)

(In the Win 3.1 installation you are prompted for the install options before the licensing

 Install 32 bit HLLAPI support – Click Yes.
(The Win 3.1 software does not prompt for this.)

   Leave the program group as the default: AT&T Passport for Windows 95 – click OK

The installation is now complete.

You are now ready to configure the program.

1. In the START menu of Windows, go to PROGRAMS  AT&T Passport for Windows
   95  Passport Async.
   The following screen is displayed:

2. Click OK and you will be launched into a Connection Setup window. The following
   will be displayed – please fill in as below, but see the note about prefix and dial mode:

    As there is no number listed for the Ukraine, set your gateway to Russia, and choose
    one of the Moscow or St. Petersburg numbers.
Prefix / local Prefix     Enter the escape code (if not direct line) in both boxes.
Dial mode                 Ensure that it is correct for the phone line (tone/pulse)
Click OK.

3. You will be asked to select and test your modem type. The following is displayed:

   You can either try and find the exact modem you are using in the lists under
   manufacturer and Modem Type; or, simply click the DETECT button. (Once everything
   is working you can download the latest modem list, which is much more
    3.1. Make sure that the correct serial port (com port) is selected – this is the PC port
         where the modem is attached
4. Click on Test, to test the modem – you will have to first do a setup test. Once that is
    successful, click on Dial Test. If not successful, please send me a note, with
5. Configuring the Sessions.
    5.1. In the Terminal Emulation window there are 6 menus: TERMINAL EDIT

TITLE                                       IVNET
SESSION SIZE                                24 X 80 (see note below)
ACCOUNT COUNTRY                             United Kingdom
ACCOUNT                                     GBIVE
USERID                                      GBIVE026
PASSWORD                                    IVEKIEV
PRODUCT                                     (leave blank)
LANGUAGE COUNTRY                            UK
LOGON WHEN ACTIVATED                        If this check box is ticked, please
                                            UNTICK it

   5.2. When you click OK you will be prompted to confirm the password.
6. To test the connection click on CONNECT, in the TERMINAL menu.
7. Make sure that you save the setup, SAVE SETUP in the SETUP menu.

N.B. To make the screen more legible and manageable, change the font settings in the
Setup Menu, using Session Font Setup. A good font to use is AT&T Passport Win 95BT,
set to 10 points. This is vectored so that the screen remains proportioned when the
window’s size is changed. A great number of the true type (TT) fonts also do this.

Once everything is working, disconnect, leaving the terminal window up, and then from
under the TERMINAL menu, you can download the latest modem list. (Update Modem
List..) This is completely automatic. Once this is done, you can change the modem

settings, if the correct modem was not available.(MODEM SETUP, under the SETUP
menu). You can use Update Phone List to download the latest phone list.

Note: With some US Robotics modems, the software will prompt you about certain dip
switches, ignore this message as it does not apply to the new 3COM/USRobotics modems
that we supply.

Finally create an icon on the desktop for Passport. The path is:

C:\PAS13\PASYA.EXE, use IVNET as the title.

(In the Windows 3.1 version, the configured session automatically appears in the AT&T
Passport program group.)

Logging on to AT&T and displaying the IVNET screen

When you connect to AT&T, the following logon screen (Welcome Screen) is displayed:

Please enter the following:
Account: GBY29900             UserID: GBY29969            Password: IVEKIEV

===> IVECO

Press ENTER. The Ivnet sign on screen will be displayed, as in the picture below:


With AT&T Passport it is only possible to screen print.

To set the printer up, go the Printer Setup, in the Setup menu. If there is a local printer
(connected to LPT1 – 4) select ASCII Print, checking the radio button for the LPT port that
it is connected to. If the printer is not connected to the machine, but is connected over the
network in Windows, select Windows printer. You may have to experiment with the font
settings with the Windows printer if it does not print correctly. If the local printer is set up
in Windows it is also possible to use the Windows printer selection, try and see which
works best for the installation.

To print screen the command is CTRL L.

If the client needs to print large numbers of screens it is possible to print to file. In Printer
Setup select ASCII print and check the radio button for print to file. In the field and the
name of the file to print to, as default the file will be placed in the PAS13 directory. To
place the file elsewhere, enter the full path, with drive in this field. Now when CTRL L is
pressed the software will append to the file.


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