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Some DSL installations require your PC have a network card. If you have to provide this yourself, you are looking for a 10/100mbps auto-sensing PCI network card for a PC. You are looking for something with a brand you are comfortable with, for instance 3com or Intel. Price range is currently from $20-$60. don't waste your money on cards with features such as wake-up packet and lan management, since you are buying for home use.
Several other connection options exist. Residential DSL is often provided with a combined DSL modem and card, that is added to your PC. This card is all you need. These cards are known as PCI DSL modems, and are designed for Intel PCs.
Another connection option is a USB DSL modem. These are newer and more likely to suffer from incompatibilities wth your PC or operating system, but they have the advantage of working on Macintosh, and possibly USB capable laptops as well.
For small business, you are likely to already have network cards, as you would almost certainly have an existing local area network.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
You need to connect your computer to the dsl box and the box to the wall as instructed, you may have to change your internet settings a little.
Find the my network places icon on your desktop, right click and select properties
the network connections screen comes up, you can also go to this via the control panel
right click your internet connection select properties
scroll down the list to internet protocol tcp/ ip select it and press on properties
make sure the settings are set to Obrain an ip address automatically and the 2nd page is empty,
click ok again
try your internet again.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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