Setting the DNS to Automatic
   
Windows XP
  1. Click on Start, go to Connect To and select Show All Connections.
    Note: If you cannot find Connect To under the Start menu then go to Control Panel and then to Network Connections. At this point proceed with Step 2 above.
  2. On the Network Connections screen, under Dial-Up, click once on the BRMEMC.net icon to highlight it. Then click File and choose Properties.
  3. When the Properties window opens click on the Networking tab.
  4. Under Networking click on the Properties button.
  5. Make sure there is a dot beside "Obtain DNS server address automatically".
  6. Then click OK.
 
Windows 98
  1. Double click on My Computer.
  2. Then double click on Dial-Up Networking.
  3. Click once on the BRMEMC.net icon to highlight it. Then go to File and choose Properties.
  4. When the Properties window opens click on the Server Types Tab.
  5. Then click on the TCP/IP Settings button.
  6. Make sure there is a dot beside of "Server assigned name server addresses".
  7. Then click OK.
 
Mac OS X
  1. Click on the Apple Menu.
  2. Choose System Preferences.
  3. Double click on the Network icon.
  4. Next click on the TCP/IP tab.
  5. On this screen there is a box that says Domain Name Servers.
  6. Make sure the old DNS information is taken out or change the DNS numbers to 70.158.128.9 (Primary) and 65.14.20.9 (Secondary).
  7. Then click OK.