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Using the HPRO200 as a DSL modem

Can I use the HPRO200 as a DSL modem? How?

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Unfortunately the unit is not a DSL modem. The unit does use phone lines, and can use the same phone number as your DSL Line, however the unit does not act as a DSL modem.

Posted on Feb 16, 2006

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Hi i can not find D-Link DSL 200 (DSL-200) Modem driver for windows 7.please help me. thanks a lot.


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If you are using original windows 7, just go to start menu and choose windows update to get the latest modem driver for your computer. It will download and install it automatically using internet.

Also, if you can download a driver update software, it will find for your the latest driver even in windows 7 operating system.

I hope it helps you. regards.

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Fixing own wifi to dsl modem


I suppose you need to connect the internet using WiFI and not cable DSL . Please follow the below steps.
You need to have a Wireless router in place and connect the DSL to the router , then u need to give an IP to the router.

Configure your laptop to the router device.

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Switching DSL Modems


Your dsl line stays the same. you're only changing your dsl equipment.

if you are not able to go online using the 327w, you might need to have it configured depending on the type of connection that you have. if you are using PPPoE (which means you enter a username and password on the modem to connect to verizon) you need your 327w configured for pppoe. but if you are using DHCP connection, any modem or routers should be plug and play.

Most verizon customers from the west coast uses DHCP while those on the east coast uses PPPoE.

You can call tech support to make sure which type of connection you are using.

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How to add a netgear wgr614 router to dsl modem


The NETGEAR router needs to be configured. Call NETGEAR. Try this also http://technicalsupport.blog.friendster.com

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Switchig back to DSL after using Wireless, can't get DSL Modem up


youll need to call your dsl carrier and tell them you need to be reconnected to their modem.otherwise you cant just reconnect after non usage if its been awhile. call the company that you get dsl through and they can set you back up again

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Using a ppoe connection to a DI-524 is it necessary to put a modem in line?


DSL connection:

Computer -> Router(Dlink) -> DSL Modem -> Telephone wall jack/outlet

OR

Computer -> DSL Modem -> Telephone wall jack/outlet

PPPOE = using a username/password combination to authenticate the connection to the ISP.

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New computer running slow


if you are using dial up, you shud not have a modem.. modem is just for DSL connection
if you have a modem probably you are using a DSL connection

DEFINITION:
dial up - connection using a phone line with internet connection; cannot use fone while on internet

DSL/modem- connection using a modem plugged in with computer and fone line; able to use fone even when on internet.

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AOL Broadband Cable


The following routers are the only models that support the AOL Broadband Cable service. Note: All Linksys routers support AOL DSL connections due to the standard PPPoE login and authentication connection type used with that service. Please be sure to check the version number of your router (which can be found on the underside label). Only the specific models and versions listed here are supported by AOL Cable: * BEFW11S4 * BEFW11S4 v2, v3, and v3.2 * BEFSR41 * BEFSR41 v2 * BEFSR11 * BEFSRU31 * BEFSR81 * BEFSR81 v2 * HPRO200 (Available from AOL only at this time) You must Enable the "AOL Parental Controls" option located in the Security tab of the web-based Setup utility pages of these routers in order to get a connection using AOL Cable. You may access the utility by visiting http://192.168.1.1 in a web browser and by logging in using the router's password (by default, the password is admin).

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Yes, the HPRO200 supports multiple IPSec connections.

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