Easynet standard settings

Easynet email settings:

Mail server type -
Outgoing SMTP server -
Incoming POP3 server -

depends on your internet type - call us
Advanced user settings:

Browser home page -
Easynet Domain Name -
FTP web pages -

Leave remote FTP directory empty, (unless you want to set up folders within your Easynet home folder)
Leave Passive Transfer (PASV Mode in Cute FTP) un-ticked, but if ftp does not work try it ticked

Easynet ADSL modem settings: Normally the defaults are OK, but if you need to put settings in your ADSL Modem the following are best:
PPPoE or PPPoA can be used. (PPPoE is more stable)
VC Mux
Authentication CHAP
Handshake protocol: G.DMT
Leave modem set to the default 'server assigned IP' even if you have a static IP, or
Wan/Static IP address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway

You will however need to enter the log in username & the agreed password. These are separate to you email usernames and passwords, and separate to you web space ftp username and password.
OUr older ADSL connection username is in the format of: agreedusername@easynet.your-dsl.net 

New ones use a different set of passwords and use LLC instead of VC Mux
Easynet webmail settings:


Webmail access for any @easy.net.au mailboxes is at http://webmail.easy.net.au

Advanced user settings:

Browser home page -
NNTP Server (News) -
Web pages no-domain -
FTP web pages -
Remote FTP host direct -

FTP to easy.com.au -

http://members.easy.net.au/~webusername (to 20 char)
Leave this empty, (unless you want to set up folders within your Easynet home folder)  

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