All-Japan Access Point
All-Japan Access Point Telephone Number
>> What is the All-Japan Access Point?
>> How can I connect to the All-Japan Access Point?
>> What charges are involved?
>> How can I check my connections to the All-Japan Access Point?
>> Read this before using the All-Japan Access Point
What is the All-Japan Access Point?
The All-Japan Access Point is a dial-up access point that can be connected to from any area of Japan. The telephone dial-up charge for making connections to the All-Japan Access Point is billed by your telephone carrier at their local-call rates. The All-Japan Access Point cannot be connected to by all telephone carriers; please refer to our Carrier Listing for confirmation.
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Analog line users will be able to make 56Kbps-capable connections with V.90/K56Flex-capable analog modems. ISDN line users will be able to make 64Kbps synchronous connections, or 128Kbps MP connections.
How can I connect to the All-Japan Access Point?
These are the basic settings for the All-Japan Access Point.
Dial-up configuration guides can be found on our Internet Software Guide page.
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||Asahi Net User ID@atson.net
||Asahi Net password
- The suffix @atson.net is required for connection to the access point, but it is not be needed for Asahi Net's BBB service, POP email, FTP, etc.
What charges are involved?
Charges for connections to the All-Japan Access Point are as follows.
Asahi Net's Plans
||Out Internet Charge *1
||Dial-up Telephone Charge *2
|Base Monthly Hours
||11 yen / 3 minutes（8am to 11pm)
11 yen / 4 minutes (11pm to 8am)
||By Asahi Net
||By your telephone company
*1 For details of Asahi Net's charges for our Courses/Plans, visit our Services page.
*2 Calls from public phone boxes, cellular phones, etc will incur a different charge. The All-Japan Access Point cannot be connected to by all telephone carriers; please refer to our Carrier Listing for confirmation.
* Dial-up K1 Course offers up to 15 hours basic internet connection.
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How can I check my connections to the All-Japan Access Point?
To check what connections have been made to the All-Japan Access Point and which have been made to Asahi Net's other connection services, please use the link below.
An Asahi Net User ID and password is required.
Use your Asahi Net User ID (e.g. ab3c-defg) and Asahi Net password.
Business service members:
Use a connection ID (first character "u" or "c") and the associated
password for that ID.
>> Click to check your connections to Asahi Net
After you have logged in, click on the "Detailed information of each PPP connection" button and you will see a list of all connections made, and under the "Connection method" heading a description of the type of connection made.
Read this before using the All-Japan Access Point
If the connection is not made from Dial-up S Plan, an additional charge will be billed by exceeding the basic hours.See the following page for more details.
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When configuring your computer to connect to the All-Japan Access Point, enter your Asahi Net User Name and Password in lower case characters. If you use upper-case characters, the connection will fail.
The All-Japan Access Point cannot be used in conjunction with discount telephone services such as NTT's Telehodai service, Time Plus, i-Plan, some discount telephone services of other carriers, etc.
Dial-up telephone charges for connection to the All-Japan Access Point will be billed by your telephone company and not by Asahi Net.
In general, proxy servers should not be used when connected to this access point. It may be possible to use other company's proxy servers, but that depends on the settings of those proxy servers.
Only Asahi Net's SMTP server (mail.asahi-net.or.jp) can be used when connected to the All-Japan Access Point.
Users making dial-up connections via a PBX (Private Branch Exchange) and needing to dial a "0" first may find that they cannot connect to the All-Japan Access Point.
A special and important note for ISDN users using a terminal adapter.
Please ensure that the terminal adapter driver being used for ISDN connection is 64K synchronous.
It is possible to make MP (MultilinkPPP) 128Kbps connection to the All-Japan Access Point if the terminal adapter driver is not set to 64K synchronous, however such connections will be charged as if two (2) lines are in use: usage charge and telephone charges will be doubled. Please take great care if making such a connection, as Asahi Net will not refund charges made in such cases.
The All-Japan Access Point cannot be connected to by all telephone carriers; please refer to our Carrier Listing for confirmation.
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