If you have a PSTN telephone line normal analog line connect the router as shown below: What seems to be, is always better than nothing. Please see below for an explanation of the function of each indicator light. Got it, continue to print. Messages posted in the Forum are solely the opinion of their authors. I’m fairly convinced we we were using both sockets at the same time, but the PC shop guy down the road tells me only one will work at a time. And I’m also unclear exactly which connections you tried.
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All times are GMT So in this case, does my ISP restricts me from accessing all of its features? It’s bauvtec modem the phone company provided.
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Originally Posted by GlennB True. I tried “telnet Actually, I think I have my old dsl modem in the junk pile somewherebut a quick google search shows plenty of examples It is being provided by my ISP.
Conn-X is a subsidiary of the phone company, OTE, I believe Originally Posted by ddt By far the easiest is to 1 check if the laptop works attached to the ethernet port. And what OS are you running?
We don’t support the modem. Do you own the router, or is it being provided by your ISP? To print the manual completely, please, download it.
In the Manage network connections, double click on ” Manage network connections ” to continue. But the options I can get after I login were.
Originally Posted by George Sometimes the manufacturers installation needs tweaking True. As always, any clues gratefully received. Originally Posted by GlennB This was our situation when our guest was here baudtce the ports were reversed at the time, but now as you describe The modem has one Ethernet port and one USB. Find More Posts by George Click ” Show icon in notification area when connected ” see screen image in 3.
Really, that should work like a charm. I’m fairly convinced we we were using both sockets at the same time, but the PC shop guy down the road tells me only one will work at a time. In the Manage network connections, double click on ” Manage network connections ” to continue. Post as a guest Name. I’ve never heard of needing extra software to establish a network connection.
A bit of googling shows me that this is not standard in XP and that this involves really a stack of drivers to work pirt. It’s much easier to spend the 20 bucks or so for a switch and use trusted technology than to fiddle for hours with a third party driver stack to get it to work, methinks. The User name must be followed by otenet,gr username otenet.
Got it Have cables aplenty and I suspect the nice guy in the shop has the switch. As always, any clues gratefully received Your write-up leaves me a bit confused as to what equipment you have. Ethernet Active indicator Table 1.