I have a modem 2Wire 2701-A and connected with Big Pond. I'm going to switch to TPG. Do I need to configure the modem before switching to the new server? If so, I can I do it? Please help. Thank you Hien Pham
I just bought an Iphone 3GS and have a hard and low time receiving and sending e-mail in my Iphone. I finally called AT & T and they tech support told me I need a wireless 2 wire 2701 Gateway modem for At & T, Can I try your free download of 2701 Gateway AT & T?
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to monitor all traffic from all computers your computer would have to run the internet connection(modem) and you would have to connect your router to that. that way all traffic would pass through your monitoring computer with watever software you use to do this. Pritty sure this is the case.
if you brought the wireless new from a vendor. you don't need to configure it. unless you want to.
but if you brought a used one (in you case). you have to configure it. You need to get inside (software wise) of the modem. to do that you need login name and password to start with. if you don't have it, please call or e-mail the guy you brought the modem from.
then you have to configure the security for the wireless, unless you want everyone under sun to access your modem via wireless.
search on the web, you should come away with a user manual for the unit.
You dont need any driver to connect with adsl modem. BSNL is normally configured by BSNL so dont reset the modem unless you know how to configure it. You need driver only if you are connecting to computer with USB. For ethernet, there is no need of driver software.
May be your ADSL modem has clapped out it sounds like it.
You say you can connect via the PC modem that means the dialup is working......I imagine you have tried the ID logon and password for the ADSL also and it still wont connect. Try support at your ISP and if it still dont connect then it must be had it, you will need to buy another.