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Is it possible to connect a standard DSL modem - without Wi-Fi (with 1 Ethernet port) and a DSL modem - Wi-Fi (with 4 Ethernet port) to broadcast Wi-Fi singles


Does the non wifi modem give out DHCP addresses?
Can the wifi modem be set up to receive it's IP address from DHCP?
If the answer to both these questions is Yes then that's what to do as a first step. Make sure the wifi modem DHCP service is disabled as it must NOT give out DHCP addresses.
Connect the ethernet port of the non wifi modem to one of the LAN ports of the wifi modem and NOT the DSL/WAN port. The wifi modem is not participating in any DSL connectivity at all so it's DSL light will remain off. The non wifi modem is doing the DSL duty so it's DSL light should be correctly illuminated.

May 01, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Troubleshooting DSL Modems


Ever look at your DSL Modem and wonder what all those lights mean? Why do some flash, while others remain solid? What if your lights are different colors? How do you tell if your DSL Modem is working correctly?<br /> <br /> Each light on your DSL Modem represents a function. The light is an indication of whether that function is working properly. Sometimes the placement and title of each function can vary by modem manufacturer, but they are pretty standard in interpetation. If you look closely your modem, you might find that each function is labeled in small print to help identify them.<br /> <br /> A standard DSL Modem has a light for power, internet, ethernet, link and wireless connection. A healthy DSL Modem will have a steady green light that does not blink or flutter for all features other than internet, ethernet and wireless. A flashing or fluttering light indicates movement and useage. When you are connected to your DSL Modem wireless, the light for this feature will blink indicating a connection and/or active useage. If the internet connection is working properly the color of the light will be green. If the connection is working but experincing a problem the light can turn to yellow or orange. If the connection fails, the light on the DSL Modem can be red or absent depending on the problem causing the trouble. If your service is turned off by the provider, more than likely the light will be "off".<br /> <br /> If your lights turn a different color, are absent or your internet connection fails try power cycling your modem before reporting the trouble to your provider. Power cycling helps the DSL Modem to reset its connection and repair your internet services.<br /> <br /> If you are using a DSL Modem alone to connect to the internet (no additional router) you can power cycle it by first turning off your computer and then unplug the modem itself from the power source at the wall. Wait for 1 to 2 minutes and then plug it back into the power source and wait for the warm up to finish before rebooting the pc.<br /> <br /> The DSL Modem should go through the normal warm up procedures of blinking lights, making them all stable and solid green ect. You will know when its finished warming up when the features are set at solid green (other than eithernet, internet and wireless connection as explained above). When the modem finished the warm up, reboot your computer and check your internet connection.<br /> <br /> Power cycling your DSL Modem can help keep your connection healthy and running at optimal speeds.<br />

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How can I obtain a user guide for Acatel optus one touch 250 P/N16513 corded phone?


Optus Network Approved modem and equipment list
If you are supplying your own DSL modem and/or telephone filters, you must ensure they meet the requirements
below before connecting them to the OptusNet DSL network. Connection of unapproved equipment is prohibited.
The modem list contains equipment that has been certified by manufacturers as having passed interoperability tests
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equired for use on a DSL network. If your modem make and model isn't listed below,
call Optus Customer Service for further information on
1300 309 333.
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ully supported by OptusNet DSL Broadband Customer Service, the OptusNet DSL Broadband Installation CD-ROM will automatically
c
onfigure this modem.
D-Link ADSL Modem 302G
The OptusNet DSL Broadband Installation CD-ROM provides detailed information to manually configure these modems, and OptusNet
DSL Broadband Customer Service will provide limited connection support for them.
(Equipment Certification date in brackets)
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or modems and routers other than those above, OptusNet DSL Broadband provides only the network connection settings needed for
manual configuration. While this equipment can be used on the OptusNet DSL Network, no OptusNet DSL Broadband Customer Service
will be provided for connection configuration or equipment-related connection difficulties.
Alcatel SpeedTouch - 510 ADSL Modem (15.01.2003)
Alcatel SpeedTouch - 530 ADSL Modem (15.01.2003)
Alcatel SpeedTouch Pro - 4 port (10.09.2001)
Alcatel SpeedTouch Pro - Firewall (09.10.2001)
Alcatel SpeedTouch PCNIC (04.08.2000)
Alcatel SpeedTouch USB (04.08.2000)
Askey/Dynalink - ALE 070 (08.01.2001)
Askey/Dynalink - ALH 110 (21.03.2001)
Askey - RTA100 ADSL Modem (25.10.2002)
Billion Electric - BIPAC-711 CE ADSL Modem (25.10.2002)
Cisco WIC - 1ADSL-DG (30.06.2003)
Cisco 827 (19.02.2001)
Cisco 827H (11.07.2002)
Cisco 827-4V (19.02.2001)
Cisco 837 (01.04.2003)
Cisco SOHO77 (29.11.2001)
Cisco SOHO77H (11.07.2002)
Cisco SOHO97 (01.04.2003)
D-Link ADSL Modem - DSL 100D (08.08.2001)
D-Link ADSL Modem - DSL 500 (08.08.2001)
D-Link ADSL Modem - DSL 504 (08.08.2001)
Efficient Networks - C10 Communications - Speedstream 3060 (08.01.2001)
Efficient Networks - C10 Communications - Speedstream 4060 (08.01.2001)
Efficient Networks - C10 Communications - Speedstream 5260 (08.01.2001)
Efficient Networks - Siemens - Speedstream 5400 (07.04.2003)
Efficient Networks - C10 Communications - Speedstream 5660 (21.03.2001)
Efficient Networks - C10 Communications - Speedstream 5667 (10.09.2001)
Efficient Networks - C10 Communications - Speedstream 5861 (21.03.2001)
Juni NetAce - ADSL USB Modem (15.01.2003)
Juni NetElite 2000ES - ADSL 4 port Modem (15.01.2003)
Juni/Samsung SAM-215 USB Modem (18.07.2001)
Juni/Samsung SAM-335A Ethernet Modem (18.07.2001)
NetComm ADSL Modem - BusinessSmart (08.08.2001)
NetComm ADSL Modem - USB - NB1200 (27.08.2002)
NetComm ADSL Router Modem - NB1300 (20.11.2002)
Open 501r ADSL Router Modem (05.04.2002)
Alcatel - Central, Part No. 3AU 04804 AAAA
Alcatel - In-Line, Part No. 3AU 04805 ABAA
Askey/Dynalink - In-Line, DT60-002BA
C10 Communications - Dynamic - In-Line, C10290
C10 Communications - In-Line, C10611 & C10611T
C10 Communications - In-Line, C10645 & C10645T
C10 Communications - In-Line, C10610
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ephone Equipment - Central, TE-ACP20AUS01
C10 Communications - In-Line, C10211
C10 Communications - In-Line, C10111
C10 Communications - In-Line, C10145
C10 Communications - In-Line, C10245
D-Link - Central, DSL-10SP
D-Link - Central, DSL-10CF
D-Link - In-Line, DSL-10MF
Alcatel SpeedTouch Home
Alcatel SpeedTouch Pro
D-Link ADSL Modem - DSL 200
D-Link ADSL Modem - DSL 300
D-Link ADSL Modem - DSL 300+
D-Link ADSL Modem - DSL 302G
OptusNet DSL Broadband
Optus supplied modem
Optus preferred modems
List of all other certified modems/routers
List of certified filters/splitters
Information correct as at 2 February 2004.
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Trying to access DSL with HP modem


If you mean you're trying to use DSL service with the modem that came built into an HP computer, you can't. That modem is for dial-up Internet service only, or if you want to use your computer as a fax machine along with a scanner or all-in-one printer.

To connect to DSL, you'll need a DSL modem. If you're just getting service, your service provider should have supplied one. (Actually, I think you have the option now of ordering DSL service and not getting a modem if you already have one. Maybe you did this.) The DSL modem has a telephone-type jack to connect to the phone line (same as on the HP modem), but the connection to your computer is through a different, larger, jack usually labeled "Ethernet" or "Computer". If you don't have a modem, you can easily find them for sale. You can buy new ones at retailers who sell computers, and many used ones are available on eBay or on your local Craig's list.

Another possibility is that you already have a DSL modem and are asking how to connect an addtional computer. If this is so, you don't connect the new computer to the DSL phone line. Instead, you need to share the network connection coming from the modem. This is done using a router, which allows several computers to use the same connection either through a cable or wirelessly. The DSL modems typically supplied now have the router built in, with 4 connections for wired computers and wireless capability as well. If your modem is an older one intended for a single connection only, it will have just one network connection. If this is the case for you, you'll need to supply your own router.

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Intermittent DSL connection. Frequent need to reboot modem.


the modem is already old and obselete try to upgrade the modem. even though the lights on your modem works. try to call ATT because they can run a line test so they can determine if the connection is good or not

May 22, 2010 | Efficient Networks SpeedStream 5360...

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I just installed dsl and want to use it with my existing router and the router doesnt want to work with the dsl ...help what do i do ???


First, make sure the dsl is working by connecting it to your computer directly.

Next, turn the router off, turn the dsl modem off, connect the dsl modem to the router. Start the dsl modem first, then start the router, then start your computer and try to connect.

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Not recognize my pc but not laptop


I have yet to see a single DSL modem that will allow USB and Ethernet connections simultaneously (and actually work properly). You should install a DSL router instead.

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Current modem working fine with ATT DSL. I want to install a second modem (2wire) by direct connection to same DSL phone connection (in different room). I have hooked up other modem, filled in user ID and...


Is that second location also a DSL line? You may have to consult with AT&T to see if the DSL line runs to that second location.

What are you trying to accomplish? By adding a second modem, you essentially create two separate networks. Why not use a switch and connect it to the first modem, which would allow you to connect more PCs.

Apr 16, 2009 | 2wire (1000-000057-000) Modem

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Dsl light flashes red constantly


Whenever your dsl light on the 2wire modem turns red,it only means that there is a problem with the dsl connection to the modem. Here are some ways on how you can isolate the problem

1. check if your modem is properly connected to the phone jack by unplugging and replugging you phone cable
2. try to reboot the modem
3. if still getting the same lights, contact your ISP

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Problem with my d-link dsl-2320b modem


try resetting the browser try to change the micro filter turn off the modem and computer power it back and check try connecting the modem to the main telephone socket check if the if ur phone line works fine after all these check the problem still continues its dsl connection problem

Nov 03, 2008 | D-Link DSL-2320B

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