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internet connect problems


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My internet connect will not dial-up automatically since I upgraded to 10.3.2 from 10.2.8.
In network panel it is set to dial-up when needed but doesn't also my entourage settting is set to close connection when mail is retreived, it doesn't!
Can anyone shed any light on this, all was fine before the upgrade, Same occurs with either internal modem or USB ISDN dialer (which it is set to as default connection)
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