Delete the Dial-Up Account & Port Configuration - Macintosh® OS X V10.3 / 10.4

Note The following does not apply to Macintosh OS X v10.5 or v10.6.

  1. Close all open apps.
  2. Disconnect/remove the device.
  3. Launch System Preferences.
    Note From the Menu Bar, navigate: Apple > System Preferences.
    Apple Menu with focus on selecting System Preferences
  4. Click Network.
  5. From the Location dropdown list, select Edit Locations.
    Edit locations
  6. Ensure NationalAccess - BroadbandAccess is selected then click Delete.
    Deleting connection
  7. Click Done.
  8. From the Show dropdown list, select Network Port Configurations.
    Changing to Network Port Configuration
  9. Ensure the appropriate device port configuration (e.g. Novatel Wireless CDMA, Pantech USB Modem, etc.) is selected then click Delete.
    Note Port configuration should appear grayed out.
    Select device port configuration
  10. Click Delete.
  11. Ensure any additional device port configuration (e.g. Novatel Wireless CDMA, Pantech USB Modem, etc.) is selected then click Delete.
  12. Click Delete to confirm.
  13. Click Apply Now.
  14. Close System Preferences.
    Note From the Menu Bar click System Preferences > Quit System Preferences.
    Exit System Preferences

 

Note For assistance recreating the dial-up account please refer to Configuring VZAccess Manager - Macintosh.

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