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1 iBook Location Manager Operation Created for Local District G Literacy Coaches September 27, 2001 Ver.1

2 iBook Location Manager Apples Location Manager can simplify network settings when an iBook is used at different locations. Location Manager is found in the Apple Menu, Control Panels. Apples Help Menu is a source of information and troubleshooting. Use it while the Locations Manager window is active, or when in the Finder, or with no applications active.

3 Configuring Location Manager Creating three locations will be shown in this presentation –Airport or wireless settings –Ethernet network settings for most schools –Modem settings for a LAUSDnet account Over 50 steps are involved in this one time process

4 Configuring Location Manager Before the Location Manager can be set, a few other settings need to be created: AppleTalk (Airport, School Network, LAUSDnet Modem) TCP/IP (Airport, School Network, LAUSDnet Modem) Airport (Airport) Remote Access (LAUSDnet Modem) Modem (LAUSDnet) Location Manager (Airport, School Network, LAUSDnet Modem and Startup Preferences)

5 Configuring AppleTalk AppleTalk (Airport, School Network, LAUSDnet Modem) Go to the Apple menu Go to Control Panels Release on AppleTalk Go to File open AppleTalk Release on Configurations Click on Default

6 Configuring AppleTalk AppleTalk (Airport, School Network, LAUSDnet Modem) Select Duplicate Rename the copy Airport. Make another duplicate Rename the copy School Network Close the AppleTalk window Make another duplicate Rename the copy LAUSDnet Modem Save Changes

7 TCP/IP Configurations TCP/IP (Airport, School Network, LAUSDnet Modem) TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol Internet Protocol) Go to Apple Menu, Control Panels Release on TCP/IP Under the File menu, release on Configurations

8 TCP/IP Configurations TCP/IP (Airport, School Network, LAUSDnet Modem) Under the File menu, release on Configurations Duplicate the Default Save as Airport Duplicate Default again Save as School Network Duplicate a third time Save as LAUSDnet Modem

9 TCP/IP Configurations Airport Under File click on Configurations Select Airport Make active Connect via Airport Configure pulldown menu will be DHCP Search Domain will be: lausd.k12.ca.us (no quotes)

10 TCP/IP Configurations School Network Under File click on Configurations Select School Network Make active Connect via Ethernet Configure pulldown menu will be DHCP Search Domain will be: lausd.k12.ca.us (no quotes)

11 TCP/IP Configurations LAUSDnet Modem Under File click on Configurations Select LAUSDnet Modem Make active Set Connect to PPP Set Configure to PPP Server Continued…

12 TCP/IP Configurations LAUSDnet Modem Modem continued: Set Name Server Address to (then Return) Set Search Domains to lausd.k12.ca.us (no quotes)

13 TCP/IP Configurations LAUSDnet Modem Go to File, Configurations Save Changes Close the TCP/IP window

14 Modem settings for a LAUSDnet account In the Apple Menu, Control Panel, release on Modem. It should read Apple Internal 56.6K Modem Go to the File Menu Release on Configurations Select Duplicate

15 Modem settings for a LAUSDnet account Rename the account LAUSDnet Select Done Close the window

16 Remote Access LAUSDnet modem Go to Apple Menu, Control Panels, Remote Access Go to File, Configurations Click on Configurations Duplicate the Default setting Rename the Default copy to LAUSDnet Modem

17 Remote Access LAUSDnet modem Make LAUSDnet Modem active Click on the small triangle Setup Click on Registered User In the Name type your login name example: rromer In Password type your password. Click Remember Password, if you want In number, type one of the LAUSDnet phone numbers listed on the next slide.

18 Remote Access LAUSDnet Access Numbers LAUSDnet Access Numbers from the downtown LA area from the San Fernando Valley area from the Sunland-Tujunga area from Gardena and San Pedro area from West LA area Additional Test Numbers NOTE: Contact your local phone company to confirm that the number you are dialing is a local number to you.

19 Airport Settings - Activate From the Apple Menu release on Airport Turn Airport on.

20 Airport Settings - Activate If an Airport is nearby, the signal strength bar will indicate its strength. An Airport may have a customized setup for security reasons. Try the Airport Network pulldown menu to see if a special setup has been made. –Ask for a password, if one is required.

21 Getting Connected The following three pages shows how to connect with an Airport, School Network, and LAUSDnet modem. This can be done without Location Manager. These pages show a way of checking to see if Location Manger settings are correct.

22 Getting Connected Airport Settings To have the Airport work properly the following settings should be operating: Airport is On and Connected showing status bar. TCP/IP should be connected as Airport AppleTalk should be connected as Airport

23 Getting Connected School Network Settings To have the School Network operational: AppleTalk is set to Builtin Ethernet TCP/IP is set to Ethernet A Category5 cable connects the iBook to a network. The TCP/IP settings show a school address. This usually begins with 10.xxx.xxx.xxx If 169.xxx.xxx.xxx appears, there is no connection.

24 Getting Connected LAUSDnet Modem LAUSDnet Modem settings are operational when: AppleTalk is Remote Only TCP/IP is: –Connect via PPP –Configure PPP Server Remote Access has User Name, Password, and phone number correct Modem is 56.6 Apple Internal Modem

25 Location Manager Settings Airport (1) Open Location Manager from Apple Menu, Control Panels Click on Edit Location Click on Airport Click on TCP/IP and AppleTalk. Click Edit and open TCP/IP select Airport Open AppleTalk Under File select Configurations Select Airport

26 Location Manager Settings Airport (2) Also, select: Default Printers, Extension Set, Internet Set, QuickTime Set, Sound Level When done, Apply and Save

27 Location Manager Settings School Network (1) From Location Manager from Apple Menu, Control Panels Click on Edit Location Click on School Network Click on TCP/IP and AppleTalk. Go to Edit, Configurations Select School Network

28 Location Manager Settings School Network (2) Click on TCP/IP and AppleTalk. Go to Edit, Configurations Select School Network Select AppleTalk and TCP/IP Click Edit and open TCP/IP Under File, Configurations Select School Network Connect Ethernet Built-in Open AppleTalk select Ethernet Built-in Under File, Configurations, select Ethernet Built-in When done, Apply and Save

29 Location Manager Settings LAUSDnet Modem (1) From Apple Menu, Control Panels, Location Manager Click on Edit Location Click on LAUSDnet Modem Click on TCP/IP and AppleTalk. Click on Edit Open TCP/IP

30 Location Manager Settings LAUSDnet Modem (2) Under File, Configure select LAUSDnet Modem Click Edit and open TCP/IP, in configure select Using PPP Server Open AppleTalk select Remote Only When done, Apply


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