To configure the modem for an Internet service provider (ISP), follow these steps:
1. Connect the modem to the root hub (rather than a self-powered hub) and turn the modem on.
Note: The root hub refers to the built-in USB ports on the back or side the computer.
2. Copy the Zoom Universal (115k) modem script from the For Non-PowerMacs Users / Zoom Universal CCLs folder on the ZoomLink CD to the Modem Scripts folder within the Library folder, which is within the Mac OS X hard drive.
Note: Alternately, the Zoom Universal 115K modem script can be downloaded from our website at http://www.zoomtel.com/ts1/analog/ccls.shtml.
3. From the Dock, click System Preferences, then Network. The Network pane appears.
4. From the Show: (or Connect:) drop-down menu, select Modem Port.
Note: In Mac OS X 10.1x, the Connect: drop-dop menu directly below the Location drop-down menu was renamed Show:.
5. Click the Modem tab.
6. From the Modems: drop-down menu, select Zoom Universal (115k).
7. Click Save and close the Network preference pane.
8. In the Applications folder inside the hard drive, double-click Internet Connect. The Internet Connect application appears.
9. From the Configuration: drop-down menu, select Modem Port.
Please Note: If the modem establishs a connection but there is no throughout (e.g., you cannot access web sites or send/receive e-mail), the selected modem/port in Internet Connect may not correspond to the modem/port in your Location. To fix this, select Active Network Ports from the Show drop-down menu (under the Network pane in System Preferences), drag thee Modem Port to the top, and click Apply Now.