Question about Modems
I just got my 2701HG-G hooked up (using a splitter and yes, I have a filter on the phone) and have no connection.
I can connect to the modem, but it says there's no internet connection available. The DSL light is constantly flashing. I've tried restarting and connecting without the splitter in place. Any suggestions?
SOURCE: siemens gigaset se587 wlan dsl
connection should be as follows..........
comp>>eth cable>>>modem or router>>>>>fone cable>>>filter>>>>wall socket
telefone cble>> ^
no ext should be there ....... no external device should be connected........
if using any device in any socket at home then make sure that they r filterd correctly .....
try resetting the modem/router..... then check the lights.......
last option is to unplug n re plug all the cables.....
80% this should wrk....
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Posted on Sep 25, 2008
The DSL is out in your area or the phone line has been disconnected.
I would contact ATT&T to find out if thire is a service issue in your area
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Sounds like a problem with your cable connection. Check your coaxial cable, and the splitter from where the cable enters your home. The tech will use a signal meter to measure the quality of your cable, and then replace the wiring if necessary.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
SOURCE: Cannot connect to my Internet.
With the DSL light always flashing, it means that either the ADSL signal (synchronization) does not reach your modem, or your modem cannot 'read' the signal.
You need to determine if the problem is from one of the following places :
Try the following manipulations to determine from where the default comes :
If the DSL LED lights up when it is plugged to the main telephone jack, then it is either one of your equipment which is at fault, or the house installation. To pinpoint the problem, do the following :
May I also make some recommendations :
Hope this helps you. Let me know what happens next.
Posted on May 12, 2011
yes, you can use them together. they'll find each other at protocol layer 2 (bridge) and layer 3 (router),
and route packets appropriately. Check their manuals to make sure that their HTTP management page ip addresses are different - say 192.168.0.0 for one router and 192.168.1.1 for the other - so that you
can manage them separately without disconnecting them.
You'll want to manage them separately to assign them different wireless-N channels. Channel 6 is
the default, and allowing both to compete on the same channel is a bad idea - give each its own
wi-fi channel. There are 11 wireles 802.11n channels, labeled 1-11.
Diagram: DSL === AT&T 2701HG-B ---------- NetGear router --------------- desktop computer
Each link in the diagram above is an ethernet (802.3 10baseT) cable (except the DSL cable,
which is twisted pairs), and wireless devices can
hop onto the Internet by wirelessly connecting to either the AT&T 2701 or the NetGear router.
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
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