Today's geeks might have missed the wave when getting online means hearing those tones, beeps and hisses and not to forget hogging that phone line for hours when you download files. Whilst today's connections are mostly broadband, either wired or wireless, there are still some areas where having a dial-up connection is the only to go. So, how do you go about configuring your system for dial-up connection?
Being such an ancient technology, the resources (tutorials, how-to, tips, etc.) might not be easy to find. Good thing that I have found someone who was in the same boat, xiao haozi. Xiao wrote a Mutaku article on setup a dial-up connection. That definitely saved me time in scouring the net for resources.
If you are desperate enough to connect using dial-up, then give this a shot and let us know what happens.
Image from Flickr:mrbill.