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From a server I don't go through now

I used to be with quest but now am with a diff. server -- will the adapter still work and how do I switch it over if not?

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Re: from a server I don't go through now

Is your new server also a DSL server? If you're now using a different service (e.g. cable or satellite) then the Qwest modem will not work at all and is basically an expensive brick.
Your best bet is to contact your new ISP and find out. Some local ISPs (particularly in Montana) are essentially resellers for Qwest or another national company. If this is the case, the tech support from that company can likely walk you through inputting your new credentials.
If the new company doesn't use Qwest, it will be difficult. From what I've seen of Qwest's modems, they're heavily customized towards Qwest's services. But it is possible, you just need to talk to your ISP.

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