OS 10.2 or higher
order to use GlobalNet Web Accelerator, you must add this
service to your existing GlobalNet Internet Services account.
To add GlobalNet Web Accelerator to your existing service,
contact a GlobalNet Customer Service Representative at
here to download Setup
Disk Image File.
To begin the GlobalNet Web Accelerator installation, click
on the Setup Disk Image File.
When opening the disk image file, OS X will automatically
mount the image and open the contents for display.
on the Globalnet Web AcceIerator Installer Package inside of
the disk image folder. This will start the installation.
the opening screen of the installation. Press the "Continue" button
to view the license agreement.
reviewing the license agreement, hit the "Continue" button.
drop down a sub menu. If you agree to the terms of the installation,
press the "Agree" button. If not, choose "Disagree." If
you do not agree to the terms, than you will not be able to continue
with the software installation.
agreeing to the terms of the license agreement, you will need to
select a drive for installation. Choose your drive and press the "Continue" button.
To begin the software installation, click the "Update"
You may be prompted to enter a username name and password for an
account with the right to install software on your computer. If
you are prompted, you must enter a valid username and password to
The software will now be installed. After installation, OS X will
optimize the hard disk.
Upon completion you will be prompted as to whether or not the installation
was successful. Close the installer by clicking the "Close"
After installation, the GlobalNet software will open. The first
screen will ask you for your proper logon information. ***
Enter in your email@example.com all in lowercase. *** Click the "Save and Continue" button after you have
entered your information.
If you need to access your GlobalNet Web Accelerator it isn't already
running, double-click on the "Macintosh HD" or your local
drive that you installed the software to.
Double-click to open the "Applications" folder.
Choose the "GlobalNet Web Accelerator" icon. Double-click
this icon to open the Web Accelerator.
GlobalNet Web Accelerator will load and be visible in the OS X Dock.
The GlobalNet Web Accelerator application will open to the Status
tab. In this tab, you will see the current status of the Globalnet
Web Accelerator. If there is traffic running through the GlobalNet
Web Accelerator, the icon will animate. If you see the message "waiting
for traffic" it means that the Accelerator is started and is
waiting for you to start browsing the Web.
In the Images tab, you will be able to change the acceleration speed
as it relates to image quality. Images will become more compressed
when the acceleration speed is increased.
The Connections tab will display your login information.
Clicking the "Advanced..." button will open a new window
with information about the GlobalNet Web Accelerator server. Changing
any of these fields could disable the GlobalNet Web Accelerator.
The Features tab will allow you to choose between enabling or disabling
the more advanced features of the GlobalNet Web Accelerator such
as blocking in-page advertisements, version updates and Flash acceleration.
By clicking the GlobalNet Web Accelerator menu, you can Start GlobalNet
Web Accelerator if the service is stopped, Stop GlobalNet Web Accelerator
if the service is already started, or open the Diagnostics terminal.
The Diagnostics terminal will give you information about your Internet
connection and your system. To run the terminal, click on the "Get
Diagnostics Info" button. Clicking the "OK" button
will close the window. The "Copy" button wil copy the
information on the terminal window to the clipboard should you need
to paste it into an email to support.