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a diode in reverse polarity could be used e.g. for protecting some circuit against improper polarity of supply. It could be connected in serial - but it is in forward polarity - (disadvantage: voltage drop) or in parallel - reverse polarity - with a fuse in serial to supply. This way is often used with Zener diode - protection against overvoltage in addition. Try to google e.g. "how to protect against improper polarity". For this type of protection could be used special types od diodes - transils - they could be one- or bidirectional. In case of a diode failure, the supplied circuit may not work - it depends on the way of diode connection and type of its failure - short circuit or disconnection. But there is many diode application: try https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diodehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diode#Applications
thats real nice... is there a question in there somewhere?
1) put that in your routers port forwarding area
2) google "what is my ip"
3) to access whatever your trying to access type "whatever google told you":8080 (example: 126.96.36.199:8080)
* 1. Account Name - Hutch_GPRS * 2. User Name - Blank * 3. Password - Blank * 4. Proxy - Enabled/yes * 5. Access Point Name - portalnmms * 6. Full Internet Access Point Name - www * 7. Proxy and Server address - 10.10.1.100 * 8. Proxy and Server Port - 8080 * 9. Homepage - http://hutchworld.co.in * 10. Authentication Type - Normal
Airtel GPRS Settings
* 1. Homepage - any page you want to set. * 2. User Name - Blank * 3. Password - Blank * 4. Proxy - Enabled/yes. * 5. Proxy and Server Adress - 188.8.131.52 * 6. Proxy and Server Port - 8080 * 7. Data bearer - GPRS or Packet Data. * 8. Access Point Name - airtelgprs.com * 9. Authentication Type - Normal * 10. Use preferred access point - No
Airtel live settings
* 1. Account Name - Airtel_live * 2. Homepage - http://live.airtelworld.com * 3. Username - Blank * 4. Password - Blank * 5. Proxy - Enabled/yes * 6. Proxy and Server Adress - 184.108.40.206 * 7. Accespoint Name - airtelfun.com * 8. Proxy and Server Port - 8080 * 9. Data bearer - GPRS/ Packet Data * 10. Authentication Type - Normal
Idea GPRS Settings
* 1. Account Name - idea_GPRS * 2. Username - Blank * 3. Password - Blank * 4. Homepage - http://wap.ideafresh.com * 5. Proxy and Server Port - 8080 * 6. Proxy and Server adress - 10.4.42.45 * 7. Databearer - GPRS / Packetdata * 8. Acces Point Name - imis * 9. Proxy - Enabled/yes * 10. Authentication Type - Normal
BSNL GPRS Settings
* 1. Account Name - BSNL WAP * 2. Username - * 3. Password - * 4. Proxy - Enabled/yes * 5. Homepage - http://wap.mizone.bplmobile.com * 6. Proxy and Server address - 10.0.0.10 * 7. Proxy and Server Port - 8080 * 8. Acces Point Name - mizone * 9. Data bearer - GPRS/ Packetdata * 10. Authentication Type - Normal
Primary Service Type : HTTPS
Primary IP : As per service provider
Primary Port : 8080
Secondary Service Type : WAPS
Secondary IP : As per service provider
Secondary Port : 8080
Home Page : http:// (As per service provider)
Bearer Type : GPRS
I would suggest to check the plug on the av700 and see the polarity, it might be indicated there.
In regards to using any adapter, you could as long is the same polarity. The original adapter is 6 Volts and 2 Amperes.