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2answers
41 views

Can ISPs learn customers ADSL modem brand? [closed]

Can ISPs learn customers ADSL modem brand by any means?
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1answer
96 views

Web ERP slow response when somebody upload files in an ADSL connected office

We have developed, and deployed, a web ERP for various small companies (less 30 users each one). Those who have cable connection don't experience any problems related with slow connections, but one is ...
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1answer
232 views

Connect from firewall to Cisco 877 in Bridged mode

I have a Cisco 877 in bridged mode acting as an ADSL2 modem only. My firewall is doing PPPOE and the internet works great. What I would like to do is give vlan1 on the Cisco 877 an IP address e.g. ...
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2answers
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How can I team or balance two DSL connections? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a sensible way of ‘teaming’ two ADSL connections? WARNING: I am NOT a networking professional (obviously, see below) but I am a programmer and have a decent ...
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0answers
243 views

Cisco 678 Will Not Work using PPPoE

I am attempting to configure a Cisco 678 because I am totally sick on my Actiontec. However, I am running into some problems. It seems as though the Cisco is able to train the line, but I am unable to ...
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2answers
882 views

Recommendation for ADSL modem/router that supports multiple servers w. static IPs?

I have what doesn't seem like all that complicated a network in my home: I have a block of 8 (= 5 usable) static IP addresses, which are assigned to five externally-visible servers; I also have a ...
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2answers
151 views

Is the WAN IP of an ADSL modem likely to remain the same if it is not rebooted?

Is the WAN IP of an ADSL modem likely to remain the same if it is not rebooted? Do ISPs change the WAN IP of an ADSL connection while in session (ie. prior to reboot) ?
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1answer
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Linksys WRT160NL & ADSL modem/router - WAN port

I have a router/modem at ip 192.168.1.254. I also have a linksys router connected to the modem through the LAN port. So right now I have this: 192.168.1.254 <----> 192.168.1.1 <----> PCs ...
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1answer
1k views

Asus AM602 Modem (cant change setting)

Hi I have a DSL modem (Asus AM602 ) but when I want to connect my modem (192.168.1.1) it said : internet explorer could not open the search page I 99% sure that my modem ip was 192.168.1.1. any one ...
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7answers
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Can Linux function as its own ADSL modem?

I'm not sure specifically the differences between a normal Dial-up modem and an ADSL one. Here is my problem: I recently found an old box in the basement, which I installed Ubuntu (linux) on. I have ...