>When IYou do understand that when you are connected to broadband, you can use AOL>wanted to use the ethernet connection again, I just went to the TCP/IP
>settings and selected Ethernet and DHCP and everything worked fine.
without using the telephone modem, correct?
Yep, you shoud see that. It's a stupid, badly-worded message; what it shouldsay>I
>was travelling again last week and started using my AOL account again.
> When I tried to log into AOL I got a message that said
>"Your TCP/IP settings must be changes to browse the web. You current
>settings will be restored when you quit."
is "You are connecting by a telephone modem but your TCP/IP connections are set
up to connect by Ethernet. Click here to connect by telephone modem."
As long as your TCP/IP control panel is set to connect via: Ethernet and>I clicked OK and everything was fine. The problem is that now I can't
>connect back to my network thru the ethernet connection.
configure via DHCP, you should be fine--if TCP/IP is set up this way and your
cable modem doesn't work, the problem isn't AOL's fault.
To use your cable modem, connect via Ethernet and configure via DHCP; you> I've looked
>at the TCP/IP settings, I've gone into the AOL Link settings and tried
>to restore TCP/IP settings and nothing is working.
should not have AOL Link selected.
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