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can you connect screen I see in right side of your photo to vga output on laptop and use FN + F5 to switch windows output to secondary VGA device. IPad should connect to Wi Fi but not to Laptop.
Is the router wi fi if it is not plug laptop into ethernet port via cat5 ethernet cable . Do you have a DSL modem you need one to hook up DSL and then Ethernet cable to Router. Also DSL filters are needed on Phones or faxes .
Good day. For your problem as suggest for you to contact at&t and ask for a modem replacement. It should not take an hour for your dsl light to turn solid green. A red light also indicates a problem on the modem itself. Better to get it now than to lose your connection permanently in the future. Hope this information help you a lot. Have a great day to you.
The DLINK website does not allow me to give you a direct link to the drivers, so here's the "how To":
Go to http://support.dlink.com.au/Default.asp;
On the left site of the website, choose "DSL" in the first menu (A), then 200 in the second menu (B) and click on the blue "GO" button (3);
Click on the + near Downloads and click on Downloads for DSL-200;
Now, before downloading the drivers, check for the revision on your modem. Under the unit, you will have a sticker, where you may find H/W : A.5, VA5 or H/W B.5, VB5 etc. This will tell you the "Revision" of your modem.
click on "Drivers" in the section corresponding to your modem, then download the latest drivers. The drivers should al be compatible with Windows WP Sp3.
Contact your ISP- the issue is not likely the modem in this case. I suspect you may have an intermittent signal (sync) issue- you're losing signal, so a connection that is *very* state oriented *cough*Halo*cough* would cause you to see the issue a little more clearer than a connection that is a little more passive- for instance surfing on the web.
If you can try the modem on a KNOWN working DSL line, then do so!
What you want to do is confirm that the problem is, or isn't with the modem itself. Also, if you have access to a good, working DSL modem, that would help resolve the issue.
BTW - DSL modems are fairly cheap, you can pick one up at Best Buy.
From there, if the modem is bad.... you'll have to replace it. If it's a DSL issue, AT&T will have to resolve the issue with your line.
>> do i have to call my internet service provider to activate my modem?
Each modem has a unique "address", and your I.S.P. uses that address to authorize each DSL-modem that tries to connect to their network.
Or, if the two of you live in the same house/apartment, you should just buy a "router". Then, both computers can connect to the router, and the router connects to the DSL modem, and both of you can "share" the monthly fee for the _one_ Internet connection.
DSL is PPPOE ( requires you to call up your DSL company and have them reset the PPPOE password every-time the modem gets reset) but with Cable this is not a problem trust me. I used to have DSL and I hated having to call up India everytime my dumb brother hit the reset button on the modem when his Internet was not working. Hope this helps and go with Cable!!
with any broadbank connection, you can surf and talk at the same time... all you have to do is to make sure that the filter is installed on the phone line and that the splitter/2way pin is installed on the telephone wall jack... dsl cable should not be filtered.
run speed test @ http://primustel.blogspot.com