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It takes sooooo long to get on line--and we have your DSL? service

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  • mstremain May 11, 2010

    This is not enough information for anyone to help you!

    What kind of comp do you have? RAM? GHz? Are you using wireless routers or is the ethernet cable connected directly from your MODEM (not a router!!!) to your PC?

    What kind of virus software and firewalls do you use?
    Do you HAVE a virus? Has it ALWAYS been this slow - or did this suddenly slow down?

    Is your entire computer slow loading software applications (try Microsoft Word or Works)? Does your computer EVER freeze? (freezing up is never normal)

    What browser are you using (AOL, Netscape, Internet Explorer, Firefox)? When is the last time your browser was UPDATED?

    Thanks!


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You can get free support from you DSL carrier. But be prepared to spend some time with them on the phone. It could be a problem on their end or with your equipment from them, modem ect....

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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
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How to troubleshooting DSL conection


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Telephone interupts the internet connection


I'm going to assume from your problem description that you have DSL service. With DSL, every phone or other device (answering machine, fax machine, etc.) must connect through a DSL filter. The only unfiltered connection should be the phone cord from the DSL modem line jack. If you have a phone connected to the line without a filter, it will cause your DSL connection to be interrupted. Make sure that everything is filtered and it should take care of the trouble.

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I want use my 2wire (2701HG-B) Wireless Router without the dsl line


Modem and routers are considered only as access point you computer may be able to connect to your router but if you dont have a DSL line you will not be able to go on line... if you dont want a DSL line there are service that concentrates on wireless alone... in this DSL line are not required nor router but may provide you a USB wireless adapter that has their wireless service then again try calling an Internet Service provider for this options...
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It sounds like they have given you the base DSL service with the minimal speed. If they did, it won't be enough to run two things at one time on the same dsl line. Call AT&T and check your speed or service that was installed and ask if it is enough to run to computers on the same line at once.
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Here is another tip; the longer the phone line from the wall to your computer, the slower the dsl service. Longer cords slow down your internet.

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The DSL light blinking or going out indicates that the DSL modem is loosing sync. This is usually caused by noise on the line. When you get the DSL service you should be given filters to put on all of your phones so that the phones will not interfere with the DSL signal. Those filters need to be attached to anything connected to the phone line that has the DSL on it except for the DSL modem. Other than that the problem could be on the service providers end, something outside your home, or the DSL modem going out. I would suggest that you verify everything is filtered, then contact your service provider so they can run test on your DSL line.

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Hey Tony - Did you recently hook this up to the DSL for the first time? This unit is supposedly not able to work with a DSL line.

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