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  1. Apple Mac OS 9 - TCP/IP configuration
    Open the TCP/IP Control Panel Click on the Apple menu - it is indicated by the multi-coloured Apple icon at the top left of your screen. On the list that appears, move your mouse pointer - also known...
    Date Updated: 15/02/2008
  2. BT Ireland Contact Numbers
    For RESIDENTIAL Customers   You can contact Customer Care on Freephone 1904 Opening hours  are Mon-Fri: 8am - 8pm Sat: 10am - 4pm Sundays & Bank Holidays: closed You can...
    Date Updated: 30/11/2009
  3. How do I set my Homepage in Internet Explorer?
    Your Homepage is the page that automatically loads when you open Internet Explorer. To set your Homepage you should do the following: Open Internet Explorer. Click on Tools > Internet Options . In...
    Date Updated: 13/02/2009
  4. Why are my username and password always rejected when I log on?
    There are a number of reasons why you may be unable to log on to BT Ireland or IOL because your username and/or password were rejected: Check the case of your password. Passwords are case-sensitive...
    Date Updated: 11/12/2008
  5. Dial-Up Networking - connected at 115,200kbps
    Dial-Up Networking is reporting the computer-to-modem speed (also known as the Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) speed) rather than the speed that your modem connects to the modem at BT Ireland. The...
    Date Updated: 15/02/2008
  6. How can I check my dial-up connection settings in Windows XP?
    Introduction BT Ireland has its own unique settings to enable you to connect to the Internet. If any of these settings are incorrect you may experience problems connecting to BT Ireland. To check...
    Date Updated: 13/02/2009
  7. Prevent Modem Hijacking
    There are a number of scams on the Internet that customers should be aware of. Some of which can result in large telephone bills. “Modem Hi-Jacking” or “Mini -Diallers” are the terms used to describe...
    Date Updated: 13/02/2009
  8. Improve Dial-up Internet Connection
    Introduction If you're having problems connecting to BT Ireland, there are a few simple things that you might like to check to improve your Internet connection. Often, connection difficulties are not...
    Date Updated: 15/12/2008
  9. What should I do if I forget my password?
    Remember: Passwords are case-sensitive. So "EXAMPLE" is different to "example". Check that the Caps Lock key on your keyboard hasn't been inadvertently pressed - it happens to us all the time! Please...
    Date Updated: 08/05/2008
  10. What email address can I use to contact BT Ireland Corporate Technical Support?
    To contact Technical Support you can send an email to support@btireland.ie . This mailbox is monitored, however any queries sent there have a 24 hour turnaround time. If your query is urgent you can...
    Date Updated: 30/11/2009