I was working from home when i lost all connections. ALL the red lights on the modem box are 'on'. Usually it is just the power light and the dials up on 'line 1 & 2' that are on.
I tried to re-install the software and it tell me that i need to upgrade a file which does not work when i accept the command.
I think the modem is fried, cooked, packed-up for good??
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The first one is to: Settings Backup and reset - here you have to select Factory data reset Remember that all data will be erased from the tablet unless you already have it backed up. The other option to reset your tablet is from the outside: There is a tiny little hole either on the side or on the back of your tablet, you have to press it for a few seconds to start the reset.
A network architecture is a set of standards for how computers are
physically connected and how signals are passed between hosts. Some typical
network architectures are described in the table below. Network ArchitectureDescription
Ethernet is a wired networking standard and is the most common networking
architecture used in LANs (both in business and home networks).
Dial-up networking is a common way to connect a computer (often your home
computer) to a remote network, such as the Internet or a business network. A
modem on each computer uses the phone lines to send and receive data.
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)
DSL is a fast-growing alternative to dial-up networking to connect to the
Internet. DSL uses regular phone lines to send digital broadband signals.
ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)
ISDN is another alternative to traditional dial-up that can be used to
connect to the Internet or to directly communicate with another computer
connected to the ISDN network. ISDN is more common in Europe than in the U.S.
ISDN can use regular telephone wiring, but must be connected to a special ISDN
Wireless networking uses radio waves or infrared light (with the air as the
transmission medium) to send data between hosts. Wireless networks are common in
homes, businesses, airports, and hotels. Most wireless networks connect into
larger wired networks (such as LANs) which are in turn connected to the
Communication between hosts on a network generally takes one of three
Simplex--one-way communication from a sender to a receiver.
Half-duplex--two-way communication between two hosts. Communication only
travels in one direction at a time.
Duplex--two-way communication between hosts. Communication can travel in
both directions simultaneously.