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Line not in sync with specific bitrates

The cellpipe 20 H cpe is directly connected to the MDF.So there is not much copper wire involved.

- It is seen that the modem never syncs with 1088kbps (fixed and rate adaptive)
Configuration mode = 2 wire.

-It is also seen that some times modenm doesn't syc with 512, 1152 kbps etc .But by adjusting the current noise margin it is able to synchronize.

-If you connect other modem (say .. speedtouch ) the line does synchronize without any problems.

- One more question is that whether 2312 bitrate is supported for 2 wire?


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SOURCE: lucent cellpipe 20A usb modem

Hi all,

I was having the same problem with Alcatel Lucent Cellpipe modem with Vista. But now its working fine on my system. Just follow the simple steps below and you can get ur internet up and running.

1. Go to > Customer Support > Downloads and Useful links > Modem drivers> Alcatel Lucent 20 A

2. Download and save the file on your desktop.

3. Extract all files.

4. Go to your computer's C drive > Windows > System32.

5. Copy the file "GsiDi32.dll" (DSL installer) and paste it in the folder of the downloaded modem driver. If it asks to replace, click on Replace the file.

6. Connect your modem to the computer and make sure the USB light is on.

7. Ignore the Found new hardware wizard and go to the folder where you saved the downloaded driver files.

8. Run setup.exe.

9. If it gives a dialog box of Missing Entry, just click OK and proceed with the instructions of the setup.

10. Your inetrnet will work fine once you enter your username and pwd.

Hope it works for you all.

Best of luck..

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