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How to Perform a Ping Test

Pinging is a method used to test the accessibility of a device through IP addresses and then measure the time it takes to receive the "echo" of the information sent.

Windows 7

  • On your desktop, click the Windows Icon Windows7 to pull up the Start Menu
  • In the Search Bar type in:\'c2\~cmd
  • An option to run the program cmd.exe\'c2\~should appear
  • Open the program (a black box will appear)
  • Type in:\'c2\~ping -t 4.2.2.2 and press Enter
  • A continuous "ping" should begin to show the latency (in seconds/miliseconds) from the IP address used - in this case a Google Public DNS

Windows 8

  • Press the Windows Button Windows8\'c2\~ to pull up Start
  • Begin typing:\'c2\~cmd
  • Start\'c2\~will pull up the "app" Command Prompt
  • Click on the icon to open the program\'c2\~(a black box will appear)
  • Type in:\'c2\~ping -t 4.2.2.2 and press\'c2\~Enter
  • A continuous "ping" should begin to show the latency (in seconds/miliseconds) from the IP address used\'c2\~- in this case a Google Public DNS

Mac OS X

  • Open the program Terminal
  • This can be done by: Opening\'c2\~Launchpad AppleLaunch
  • Terminal\'c2\~may be located in the Utilities\'c2\~Folder
  • Type in:\'c2\~ping 4.2.2.2 and press\'c2\~Enter
  • A continuous "ping" should begin to show the latency (in seconds/miliseconds) from the IP address used - in this case a Google Public DNS

How do I set up my BartNet Email on my Kindle Fire?

Before you begin, you will need the following information:
Username: This is an email address hosted by bartnet.net
Password: Password to the email account being configured
INCOMING MAIL SERVER
IMAP Server: imap.bartnet.net
IMAP Server Port: 143
POP Server: pop.bartnet.net
POP Server Port: 110
Choose POP Settings if you want your device to download your emails from the server. (there is an advanced option to leave a copy on the server, you may have to log in to webmail to delete emails from the server when your mailbox is full.)
Choose IMAP Settings if you want your device to view your emails directly from the server, more commonly used if you check email from multiple devices. (if you delete an email from your device, it will delete from the server.)
OUTGOING MAIL SERVER SMTP Server: smtp.bartnet.net
SMTP Server Port: 587, 25, 2525
1. Power on your Kindle, then go to your apps and look for the Email icon. Click on the email icon (which looks like an envelope with a letter sticking out of it) to start the set up process.
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If you are setting it up for the first time, then you will be requested to type in the email address of the account you're trying to set up. If there is an account already setup, then you will be launching the email application. Type in the email address, then click on the NEXT button or DONE button.
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You will then need to type in the email password. Click NEXT to proceed. The next step in adding an account will require you to determine if you're using a POP3, IMAP or Exchange account. If you\\'re using email from your BartNet account then you should choose POP3 or IMAP.
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Immediately below where you have chosen POP3 or IMAP you will see the blank field for the name of the server. Type in the name of the incoming mail server.
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Click NEXT in order to proceed. Note that you may see a screen that shows a message that states "Checking server settings...". You can click on the CANCEL button to cancel the check at this point.
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Click on NEXT to advance through the different settings for the email account. The next blank is SERVER FOLDER. You can leave this entry blank. If you click NEXT again, you will be filling in the SMTP server setting under Outgoing Server settings.
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When you are on the Outgoing Server Settings screen, there is a section labeled Security Settings and Ports. Click on this section to open the screen. Email settings generally come in two forms - secured and non-secured. By default, the secure settings are checked. BartNet emails do not require SSL, so you should uncheck this box. When you have completed choosing your Security settings, click on SAVE.
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Once the settings are saved the tablet will attempt to connect to the email server to confirm your settings. you'll see the "Setup complete!" screen. You can also add another email account at this point.

How do I check my CPU usage and kill processes that are slowing down my computer?

  • Open Task Manager Ctrl+Shift+Esc
  • Or right Click on Task Bar at the bottom of screen, Click Start Task Manager

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  • Click on the Processes Tab

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  • Check the CPU Usage
  • If you find a process with high CPU usage, click on it
  • Then click End Process

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  • You may get Task Manager Warning
  • Click Yes if you are sure you want to terminate the process

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How do I set up my BartNet Email in Outlook?

Before you begin, you will need the following information:
Username: This is an email address hosted by bartnet.net
Password: Password to the email account being configured
INCOMING MAIL SERVER
IMAP Server: imap.bartnet.net
IMAP Server Port: 143
POP Server: pop.bartnet.net
POP Server Port: 110
Choose POP Settings if you want your device to download your emails from the server. (there is an advanced option to leave a copy on the server, you may have to log in to webmail to delete emails from the server when your mailbox is full.)
Choose IMAP Settings if you want your device to view your emails directly from the server, more commonly used if you check email from multiple devices. (if you delete an email from your device, it will delete from the server.)
OUTGOING MAIL SERVER SMTP Server: smtp.bartnet.net
SMTP Server Port: 587, 25, 2525

1. Open Outlook 2007
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2. Click the "Tools" menu, and select "Account Settings"
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3. Click on the "Email" tab and click on the "new" button.
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4. Next select "Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP" and click "Next."
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5. On the Auto Account Setup window check the "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" and click "Next".
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6. Select "Internet E-mail" option and click "Next."
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7. Enter "Your Name" as you want it to appear.
Enter your full E-mail Address in the E-mail Address field.
Select "POP3" or "IMAP"
Enter your Incoming mail (POP3 or IMAP) Server
Enter your Outgoing mail (SMTP) Server
Enter your full E-mail Address in the Account name field
Enter your E-mail Password in the password field
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8. Click on More Settings... Click on the "Outgoing Server" tab.
Check "My outgoing server (SMTP) Requires Authentication"
Make sure "Use same setting as my incoming mail server" is also checked.
Click on "OK"
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9. Click the "Test Account Settings" button and you should see all items with green check marks.
Click the "close" Button to close the test window.
Click "OK" to save your settings.
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10. Click "Finish" to close the setup wizard.
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11. Congratulations you have finished the setup of your email account!

How do I set up my BartNet Email on my Android Device?

Before you begin, you will need the following information:
Username: This is an email address hosted by bartnet.net
Password: Password to the email account being configured
INCOMING MAIL SERVER IMAP Server: imap.bartnet.net
IMAP Server Port: 143
POP Server: pop.bartnet.net
POP Server Port: 110
Choose POP Settings if you want your device to download your emails from the server. (there is an advanced option to leave a copy on the server, you may have to log in to webmail to delete emails from the server when your mailbox is full.)
Choose IMAP Settings if you want your device to view your emails directly from the server, more commonly used if you check email from multiple devices. (if you delete an email from your device, it will delete from the server.)
OUTGOING MAIL SERVER SMTP Server: smtp.bartnet.net
SMTP Server Port: 587, 25, 2525
1. Open your email client.
2. Enter your full email address and password.
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3. Enter the Account type.
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4. Enter the Incoming server settings. You will also want to leave the Security Type as None.
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5. Enter the Outgoing server settings.
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6. Configure your Account options as desired on the subsequent screens and you're done!

How do I set up my BartNet Email on my iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch?

Before you begin, you will need the following information:
Username: This is an email address hosted by bartnet.net
Password: Password to the email account being configured
INCOMING MAIL SERVER IMAP Server: imap.bartnet.net
IMAP Server Port: 143
POP Server: pop.bartnet.net
POP Server Port: 110
Choose POP Settings if you want your device to download your emails from the server. (there is an advanced option to leave a copy on the server, you may have to log in to webmail to delete emails from the server when your mailbox is full.)
Choose IMAP Settings if you want your device to view your emails directly from the server, more commonly used if you check email from multiple devices. (if you delete an email from your device, it will delete from the server.)
OUTGOING MAIL SERVER SMTP Server: smtp.bartnet.net
SMTP Server Port: 587, 25, 2525
Enter account settings directly on your Apple Device.
1. If this is the first account you\\'re setting up on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, tap Mail.
Otherwise, from the Home screen choose Settings > Mail > Accounts > Add Account.
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2. Choose your email account type. For setting up email to work with your bartnet.net service choose Other.
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3. Select server type - POP or IMAP
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4. Enter account information:
Name:
Address: "username"@bartnet.net
Description:
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Incoming Mail Server:
Host Name: pop.bartnet.net or imap.bartnet.net
User Name: "username"@bartnet.net
Password:
Incoming server supports SSL? No
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP):
This may say (Optional), it is not "Optional" if you want to be able to send emails from your device
Host Name: smtp.bartnet.net
User Name: "username"@bartnet.net
Password:
Outgoing server supports SSL? No and Tap Save to save the entered information.
5. Upon successful completion of the mailbox setup you are taken back to the Mail Settings screen.
6. Congratulations you have finished the setup of your email account!

BartNet IP Troubleshooting

My BartNet IP internet service is slow/not working.

  • Check the status of the POE Power Supply. If your power supply is plugged into a power strip or surge protector, make sure the switch is on.
    • If the green light is off, your power supply is bad, and you will need to replace it.
    • If the green light is on, power cycle by unplugging, waiting 25 seconds, then plug back in.

PMP100 POE Power Supply
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  • If your POE is plugged directly into computer, restart computer.
  • If your POE is plugged into a router:
    • Check the status of the router.
    • If no lights are on, make sure router is plugged in and power is on.
    • If lights are on, make sure the "To Computer" end, the "10/100Mbit Data" side, or the "Gigabit Data" side of your POE (depending on which POE power supply you have) is plugged into the internet port of the router.
    • Power cycle router by unplugging the power cord, waiting 25 seconds, then plug back in.
    • Make sure the wireless has not be turned off. (some routers have a button that turns the wireless on or off)

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  • If your internet still is not working, try bypassing your router by plugging the "To Computer" end, the "10/100Mbit Data" side, or the "Gigabit Data" side of your POE directly into your computer.\\r\\n \\r\\n
    • If your internet works now, then your router is probably bad.
  • If you are still having issues with your internet, you can check the status of your Radio, go to your Web Browser (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) type the IP address 10.99.99.1 into the Address Bar (not the Search Bar, which will show the name of your search engine such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.) This IP address will not work if you are assigned a Static IP address.\'c2\~\\r\\n(ePMP only- User name: readonly\'c2\~\'c2\~ Password: readonly)

You should now see a screen where the following information (and a little more) is available:

PMP100 Subscriber Module Stats   ePMP1000 Subscriber Module Stats

If this screen does not appear, either your POE power supply is bad, or there\'e2\'80\'99s an issue with your CAT5 cable connection.

  • Check your Power Level. Power level is measured in \'e2\'80\ldblquote dBm and you want this number to be as close to 0 as possible. Thus -65 is a better signal than -80. The radio will start dropping the signal (losing internet) at some point near -80. Your radio may need to be realigned, or you may have trees that are blocking your line of sight.
  • If it shows \'e2\'80\'9cN/A\'e2\'80\'9d or \'e2\'80\'9cScanning\'e2\'80\'9d by the Registered AP, then your radio is most likely out of alignment, or you may have trees blocking your line of sight.
  • If you are still having issues with slow internet after power cycling your POE and router (all lights are on and they seem to be working properly), and your power level is fine; then you may have malware on your computer. We have links for Anti-malware software on our Helpful Links page that you can download to help clean up and protect your computer. You should also check your CPU usage to see if you have programs running that are slowing down your computer.\\r\\n \\r\\n
    • ePMP equipment has a Throughput Chart so you can see your actual bandwidth usage in real time. Once logged in to the radio, click on the box \'e2\'80\'9cThroughput Chart"
  • If you are not able to resolve the problem, please call the office 918-333-2208 to schedule a service call.

What are your email settings?

Choose POP Settings if you want your device to download your emails from the server.
(there is an advanced option to leave a copy on the server, you may have to log in to webmail to delete emails from the server when your mailbox is full.)
Choose IMAP Settings if you want your device to view your emails directly from the server, more commonly used if you check email from multiple devices. (if you delete an email from your device, it will delete from the server.)
POP Incoming Server: pop.bartnet.net Port: 110
IMAP Incoming Server: imap.bartnet.net Port: 143
Outgoing Server: smtp.bartnet.net Port: 587(recommended) or 25
Username: your_userid@bartnet.net NOTE: The username must have the @bartnet.net
Outgoing server requires authentication and is the same for both servers
You must enter your username and password under Outgoing server, even if it says (Optional).
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