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    katr Guest

    Default Reconfiguring for High Speed?

    I am about to switch from standard dial-up connection to Verizon High Speed (They say it is ADSL). I am running ZA 7.0.46. What, if anything, do I need to do to get ZA to recognize the new connection?

    Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Pro

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    watcher Guest

    Default Re: Reconfiguring for High Speed?

    Dear KatR:

    Good choice in ISPs. Verizon is one of the few ISPs running fiber and they've have good marks in customer service.

    ZAPRO autodetects new networks. If your DSL modem includes a router(probable), ZAPRO should list the network IP/subnet mask of 192.168.x.0/ and, by default, put it in the Trusted zone. This is a private network not routable on the Internet. The router converts the private IP assigned to your PC to a public IP assigned by your ISP(aka NAT). The router also provides stateful packet inspection(SPI) which drops all unsolicited inbound connection attempts to your PC. If ZAPRO cannot make the determination, it will launch the Network Configuration Wizard and prompt you for what zone to place the new network in.

    Hope this helps.


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