This article describes how to configure Microsoft Windows CE and Microsoft
Pocket Internet Explorer to connect to the Internet using a proxy server.
To establish a dial-up (PPP) connection, you must have Pocket Internet
Explorer installed on your Handheld PC (H/PC) and the following
- Your user name and password for dial-up access to your network.
- The dial-up access phone number for your network.
- TCP/IP settings for establishing a dial-up connection to your network.
Once you have obtained this information, follow these steps:
- Tap the Start button, tap Programs, double-tap the Communications
folder, and then double-tap Remote Networking.
- Double-tap Make New Connection.
- Type a name for your new dial-up connection, tap Dial-Up Connection to
select it, and then tap Next.
- Tap TCP/IP Settings, provide the appropriate information for
establishing a dial-up connection to your network, and then tap OK.
- In the Telephone Number box, type your dial-up access number, and
then tap Finish.
- Double-tap the icon for your new dial-up connection.
- In the User box, type your user name.
- In the Password box, type your password.
- If appropriate, type your domain name in the Domain box. Otherwise,
leave the Domain box empty.
- Click Connect.
- Once a dial-up connection to your network is established, run Pocket
- On the View menu, tap Options.
- Tap the Proxy Server tab, and then tap the Use Proxy Server check box
to select it.
- In the Proxy Server box, type the name or IP address of your proxy
- In the Port box, type the appropriate port number. The default port
number is 80.
- Tap OK.
Article ID: 168688 - Last Review: November 26, 2003 - Revision: 2.0
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