On the Breitling there is a "mode" button. Pressing this cycles between the various modes - Time in Zone one, Time in zone two, alarm 1, alarm 2 and so on. The mode you are in is displayed in the mode window and while that is displayed moving the analog hands also moves the digital figures.
At one point though pressing the mode button results in a blank in the mode window. This is in fact NUL mode. In that mode changing the hands does NOT change the digital display so in this mode you can synchronise hands with digital.
Nul mode is easy to miss because the mode panel is just blank so its easy to think that the watch is just not responding to pressing the mode button!
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Hey bro... the problem ur facing is with the power cord... Try changing the power cord and test ... It should work.... If it doesnt you need to change the whole unit itself. ... But anything before that you can always contact ur ISP for further info. They might replace it for you free if there is a need to.. T&C apply. Check with your local ISP... Thanks. Any more issues or any problems furthermore pertaining to this modem - You can always post it and we can fix it :)
thanks for your time.... now, as i understand you correctly.. even though you seem to be connected ot the internet wirelessly, you are not able to pull out webpages right?
Try to power cycle the modem.. turn off modem and the computer for about 5 minutes... then try to power it on.. wait for the lights on the modem to turn green and then try to connect... you should be connected. good luck
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when calling from PSTN to IP using analog lines from time to time you will have this type of event, I suggest working with H323 protocol, this will tone down a bit your problem. If you want optimum performance, you should use a DID with the channels you need and address to your PBX SIP FreeSwitch. The DIDs are cheaper and are digital which eliminates random connectivity problems in the incoming call. Once you have directed the DID you tell your server to transfer the call to the IVR using your internal dialing plan.