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What Is DSL
What is DSL? DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line. DSL provides a very high-speed Internet connection that uses the regular telephone line.
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Modem
What is a DSL modem? A DSL modem is a device that is used to interface your computer and the DSL line. An example of DSL modem is the Siemens SpeedStream 4200 ADSL modem shown below: .
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What Is ADSL
What is ADSL? ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line. ADSL is one form of DSL that divids the frequency range above the voice communication range into two parts: one for download and one for upload as shown in the picture below: . This division is called asymmetric because of the downloa...
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Modem Connection
How to connect your computer to a DSL line? Here are the steps of how to connect your computer to the Internet through a DSL modem? Connect your DSL modem to the phone jack on the wall using a regular phone cord. Connect your DSL modem to the computer using a network cable. Connect the power supply ...
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Internet Connection Verification
How to verify if your system is connected to the Internet? Windows system has two commands "ipconfig" and "ping" that allows you to verify if your system is connected to the Internet or not. If you run the "ipconfig /all" in a command window, you should get a response like this: C:>ipconfig /all Eth...
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WiFi
What is WiFi? WiFi (Wi-Fi) stands for "Wireless Fidelity". WiFi is a set of product compatibility standards for wireless local area networks (WLAN) based on the IEEE 802.11 specifications.
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Router
What is a wireless router? A wireless router is a special network router that connects workstations wirelessly and routes network traffic between workstations and an existing Internet connection. An example of wireless routers is the Cisco Linsys WRT54GC wireless router shown below: .
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Network Connection Verification
How to verify if your system is connected to the wireless network? Windows system has two commands "ipconfig" and "ping" that allows you to verify if your system is connected to the wireless network or not. If you run the "ipconfig /all" in a command window, you should get a response like this: C:>i...
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