MLS with High Speed

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croftt-p40
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MLS with High Speed

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Post by croftt-p40 »

Just quick question...
When I run high speed to all the clerks computers do I need to configure anything within MLS itself to begin using the network connection instead of the dialup connection? Or does it just pick it up on its own?

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Go to System Options, click on the System tab, and make sure you check either Use Internet or Auto Detect. A few versions ago, Auto Detect did not work well, but I hear it does now.

If you wind up selecting Use Internet, be sure to remember that if you ever need to go back and use the phone line dialup.
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Meetinghouse Broadband MLS Setup

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Post by rhusted-p40 »

lajackson wrote:Go to System Options, click on the System tab, and make sure you check either Use Internet or Auto Detect. A few versions ago, Auto Detect did not work well, but I hear it does now.

If you wind up selecting Use Internet, be sure to remember that if you ever need to go back and use the phone line dialup.

MLS MENU SELECTION:
1. EDIT
2. SYSTEM OPTIONS (open System Options Tab)
3. SYSTEM (left side menu)
4. Dialer Options: select "Auto Detect" or "Use Internet" (if your internet connection is extremely reliable)
techgy
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Post by techgy »

rhusted wrote:MLS MENU SELECTION:
1. EDIT
2. SYSTEM OPTIONS (open System Options Tab)
3. SYSTEM (left side menu)
4. Dialer Options: select "Auto Detect" or "Use Internet" (if your internet connection is extremely reliable)
As an added note, leave the dial-up cable connected and provide instructions to be able to switch back to dial-up should the high speed DSL not be available. It's a good backup.
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