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DSL NOT STANDING.

Dsl light in utstarcom wa3002g4 modem keeps blinking first slowly and then speedly as if connection is going to be made but then it stops and again starts blinking the same way as mentioned before ,does not stand still, and no connection be made , solution pl i have reset both way from switch below and by dialing 192.168.1.1 and making default setting and removing and adding makig new connectinon as per procudure. but in vain.

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If you are having trouble with the modem, call your isp to get this trouble sorted out.

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Actually, you cannot send faxes through a DSL modem. You have to use a phone line or send it through the internet (not directly through the modem), at least from what I know...


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Try contacting the DSL provider, if not All-Operatingsystems-Lost.
U may try Start-controlpanel-network connections-local area connection-properties
Ensure correct card under connect using.
click on configure.
click on advanced.
reset to auto detect
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That is indeed strange. Holding in the reset button should definitely clear the wireless router memory. Are you sure that you're going to the right administration page to configure the router? It should be something like 192.168.1.1.

Also... by any chance are there other wireless networks nearby? I'm wondering if your computer accidentally connected to that while the wireless router was off... and now you're going to the wrong router.

If none of that works, try leaving the router unplugged for about five minutes. The volatile memory shouldn't last much longer than that.

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try resetting bios setting

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