Question about Dell (0E828) for Latitude C610 Modem
Maybe the laptop is configured by default to look for a wireless signal through its wifi drivers, or a different previously installed modem. Go to your Computer/Control Panel/Network Sharing Center and set up a new connection there so your computer knows what to do.
Posted on May 13, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your DSL modem does not have a phone port or if it has one but it's bigger it's not a phone port, it's called an Ethernet port. Most of the DSL modems/routers they have an Ethernet port. This is how it looks like click here. If this the port that you have on your modem, the cable that is also in the picture is what you should be using to get the laptop connected to the modem. The cable is called an Ethernet cable. And your laptop must also have this ethernet port.
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Posted on Feb 15, 2009
Most of the time on laptops if there is no phone input for a modem you cannot just plug in and dial up. The process i use at home for my pc is dialing through my cell phone. If your carrier will allow you to tether your phone without extra charges check your phone manufacturers website for modem software. You then just connect your phone through a usb cable and set a internet connection matching your carriers instructions. Another solution is dificult without networking knowledge but you can set up a home pc with a wireless antennae as a ad-hoc server through internet connection sharing and then allow your laptop to connect through the "server" pc.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
Your Internet Service Provider will have provided a DSL-adapter to you.
Connect one 4-wire cable from the adapter to the telephone wall-jack.
Connect one (8-wire) Ethernet cable from the adapter to the network port on your Dell.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
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