One of the first things most people want to do today once they get their computer set up is to get it connected to the Internet. Depending on your connection, this could range from ridiculously easy to just fairly easy… at least as far as configuring Mac OS X goes. Essentially, there are two common ways to connect to the Internet today, and we’ll cover each of them in this chapter:
Connecting via dial-up
Connecting via a broadband, high-speed Internet connection
KeywordsTransmission Control Protocol Internet Protocol Voice Over Internet Protocol Domain Name System Internet Protocol Address
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