Okay. I have a modem and I was wondering if I could somehow hook it up to a Cat5 netwoork cable?
Question by dla888 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
HayesCentury 2 modem rack Does anyone have any ideas what I could do with a Hayes century 2 modem RACK. (full of modems) Im not going to toss it...so lets do something cool with it? What can I do with it to make use of it. we all know that most use broadband now so an isp is sort of a non starter... any other ideas?
Question by razerzpeed 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hello. I wan to add a fan to my modem(NET FASTER IAD 2) I wan to use the usb that is on the modem(for adding a network printer or a network disk). I used a usb cable but when I measured the voltage at every cable combination the maximum I got was 0.30v between green and red? Why that? computer usb's have 5v.... Any help
Topic by DJman230 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
am in rural kenya & i use a modem to browse. i wonder if i can speed up internet connection by buying a router or whatever they use in big cybers. can anyone advise me on internet connections available in kenya or the modem can be speedup by buying any gadget to plug it in. dont worry am poor in networking.
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Question by 12345kavi 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hello, I want to develop an ASP.Net web site using VB.Net for receiving data from a device. The device will send data to the server where the website is placed. My question is: can I write my script in VB.Net for getting the values from the device and displaying the same information into the web server database and how should i do this and also i want to do this through dynamic dns...is it possible..if yes then how will be the interfacing be done ? i have the code but im confused about the interfacing part... how do i interface with the gprs modem using j2me without using a pc...i want to use it to send a sms through the gprs modem in a home security system to a predefined mobile number... thank you...
Topic by hermionee 6 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Question by dciocoiu 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Can any body tell me that is there any difference btwn. Arduino gsm-shild and normal gsm modem .?Do i have to code Arduino differently to send data when i'm using normal gsm modem ..?? and how can i connect Arduino-Uno to normal gsm modem..???
Topic by MeetR 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I downgraded this laptop from Vista to XP. I have gotten all the drivers except the modem driver. I have downloaded every driver possible from the acer website with no luck if anyone has done this conversion successfully I would appreciate know what modem driver you used thanks
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Question by cornboy3 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
If not how would i go about doing it?
Question by DELETED_JoshM96 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hi Guys, I know some about comps, but I have never dealt with wireless before. I just got a laptop. I have a DSL 2 Wire modem that is 4 port wired and has wireless. I am going to hook my laptop to the wireless, my question is, If I hook yet another comp. up, (3 comps total) can I have a second wireless to the same modem, or do I need a router?
After seeing a hack where someone used RCA audio cable to hook up an AAA battery (either alkaline or NiMH) that would run a television set for a few minutes, I was wondering if the same could be done with a wifi highspeed modem. Two concerns are whether the simplicity of the materials might allow the battery to damage the modem and how long the battery would power the unit before running out. There is a video of the television set procedure here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rA-zhTJuFU The primary reason for using a hack like this would be its simplicity, availability and low expense of materials. The purpose would be to be able to power the modem long enough to grab and reply to vital email and other social media messages in short bursts using a wifi device (such as an iPod) in the event of a power outage. This, of course, is dependent upon whether the landline phone/highspeed internet is still accessible during a power outage. Two other questions that arise is whether connecting two AAA cells in this fashion will increase the length of time the unit can be powered significantly and whether the increase in power would cause damage to the unit without any other materials and equipment.
Question by blodefood 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I would like to do this so I do not have to pay for internet access for my computer at home - just run it through my blackberry and I have heard that it can be done pretty easily.
Ok so I have a wireless cellular modem/router here is the link to it http://www.option.com/en/products/products/wireless-routers/globesurfer3/ I would really like to power it from battery and im pretty sure i could just get a battery pack from radio shack or something and the correct dc adapter tip but i want to be sure is there anyone who could assist me in this
Question by anthony2201 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I need some opinions and quick before my isp closes for today at 6. After finally being fed up with my modem disconnecting 3 times in a row whilst having my smoke/coffee this morning I finally called my isp up, said my router log says that I'm getting repetive ppp modem signals because the modem keeps disconnecting. Techy said come in and swap your modem in for one of these new ones they apparently just started distributing last week because they're starting up a digital TV service in early 2008 (modem has a 4 port ethernet switch in it for the tv set top boxes). I digress... previous history is that since I've had their service which was supposed to be 3mb (and when I saw the pamplet in the office today it's 5mb now for my service, sweet) but I only see like 1.5mb, sometimes 2mb as seen in the speedtest on their own server: Test starting... Average throughput: 1444 kilobits/sec Total Time: 26128 milliseconds Done. Test starting... Average throughput: 1455 kilobits/sec Total Time: 25932 milliseconds Done. Test starting... Average throughput: 1486 kilobits/sec Total Time: 25386 milliseconds Done. Test starting... Average throughput: 1555 kilobits/sec Total Time: 12135 milliseconds Done. Test starting... Average throughput: 1341 kilobits/sec Total Time: 14065 milliseconds Done. Test starting... Average throughput: 1114 kilobits/sec Total Time: 16929 milliseconds Done. That's only a few of them, I ran like 20 tests just to be sure there were no flukes (I ran off server sites and it was pretty much the same or slower). I had a tech guy come one time when I still had my P2 desktop going and it was doing the same thing (2 years ago?) I showed him on my computer, then he connected his laptop to my modem and on his screen it read 3000mbit/s perfectly (does that ever ever happen?). I think it was setup to do that on his computer or something. Anyways, I'm tired of this shit, new modem isn't making any differences. I was having a problem with it disconnecting, but I haven't had it hooked up long enough to find out if it's still a problem. The nice (and pretty) lady at the desk told me to call back "anytime" if it doesn't work lol. So I'm just sitting here, I still have the test window open on my laptop, should I call them up and complain some more or just forget it and get even more depressed about it?
Topic by Punkguyta 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Question by thelinuxnerd 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Ok, so upstairs in the attic we have a modem and a router, the modem works fine up there and so does the router. but when i try to move my modem downstairs to my room and hook it into my cable line to play halo or host on warcraft, it won't connect to the internet. so my question is why this happens, whats the difference between my cable line and the one upstairs, and is there a way to fix this?
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Question by Instrakta 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
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Question by santy22 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Is it possible to "hack" my wimax modem so I can boost the speed with a bi-quad antenna or through some other means? Here's the wimax modem type http://imgur.com/vrsoHqW and here's the modem opened. [img]http://i.imgur.com/JlDAezf.jpg[/img]
Topic by dmanstan 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
I have just been given an old laptop to checkout, a Toshiba Tecra 8000 at that. It's a fairly old laptop and needless to say, I don't have a pcmcia ethernet cards, or any at all! I should try and aquire a crapload of them, wifi would be nice. Anywho, I'm stuck with a built in modem here, a 56k modem. I know, and have seen it done, that you can connect two computers that have dialup modems, together, and transfer data between them, and possibly share an internet connection?? I've done a bit of googling but so far all I found was about connecting two windows 98 computers together. I'm currently installing a slipstreamed version of xp onto this laptop and I have xp on here, where should I try starting with this?? I need to get an internet connection on here somehow.
Topic by Punkguyta 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
In the last 6 months, I had a 40" hd tv, a modem, a 27" monitor and a laptop all quit on me for various reasons. I'm wondering if I take them apart if there are any parts that are worth salvaging. I have only a basic understanding of electronics but love to tinker and want to take up arduino projects. What would you salvage if it were you? MK
Topic by MalindaK2 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
I wanted to know, what is the difference between a modem and a router, and which specific kind of modem or router(wired, dsl wired, wireless, ect.) to get that will work if i plug it in to a Xbox 360. I don't want to buy the 100 dollar wireless adapter for the 360, so i want it to be wired.
Topic by Farewell88s 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
In my area there is a free WiFi.. but the main router too far from my house - around 500 meter...i try to make antenna as i found in this web.. The PROBLEM.... when i put my antenna top of my house (around 15 meter and extend the usb cable) and Iusing Aztech USB 2.0 Adapter, my pc cannot detect the adapter. any idea ? or should i replace to another adapter.. my pc processor is Amd Athlon & using Abit Mainboard - 2.0 usb hub help me please...
Question by koma4194 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I have a Dell Inspirion 530. It is running windows Vista and it has a built-in phone modem.
Question by alspad 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have broadband. I'm trying to set up a second network. The first one has a modem and a router. My second network just has a router so far. Since I'm subscribing for the internet, can I make an ethernet to coax cable. What I want to do is take one end of an ethernet cable and one end of a coax cable and put together. Which wires do I put on? This is probably really confusing, but this is the best way I can describe it.
Topic by popit 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Any old, or unique ideas on what I can do with them? I have one that is fairly fast (an old cable modem) one that is medium fast (an old DSL modem) and one 56k plain vanilla dial up.
Topic by Goodhart 8 years ago | last reply 10 months ago
I need to browse web pages in computer using mobile phone as modem?
I'm trying to reconnect my Sega Dreamcast to the internet, the trouble is that it only has a 56k phone-line modem. How can I "slow down" my internet for it, without spending $30 on a store-bought (http://www.usr.com/products/modem/modem-product.asp?sku=USR5637) or editing my computer's registry and using its internal pci modem. (http://dreamcast-talk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t;=1956). What would you guys recommend? Thanks in advance. :) Edit: As far as I know, Dreamcast communicates like a PC does on dial up - though sometimes there's not enough voltage through the line. Could a spare dsl modem be reversed, providing a dail tone and 56k? This is a better option for me than all the other methods mentioned because its automated and more like using actual dial-up. (No registry edit, no manual line swap, no voltage line regulator
Question by dairyfarmer777 7 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I have two RJ-11 phone outlets and two ADSL modems. I need to have one modem in my office to plug the VOIP box into and the other computer won't accept the Netgear wireless adaptor. I have another modem but I don't want to find out that connecting them in series is like feeding a mogwai after midnight.
Question by Flash635 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Can someone please instruct me on how to correctly configure either an infrared sensor or ultrasound sensor and GSM modem on the arduino board and how to program to receive alerts on my mobile.
Question by chekwech 2 months ago | last reply 2 months ago
I'm tired of reaching back and pulling the cable out. I have never done any of this before but am really interested in learning. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Question by paintedbull 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
How can I boost my broadband access from my usb modem? I am about 2 mi from nearest cell tower and I'm getting about 2 bars of national access to about 2 bars of broadband access (slow to medium speed). When I am in town by towers I get full 4 bars of broadband, (speed is phenomenal!) Is there anyway to boost my signal from home? Can I "ghetto" rig an antenna wire from usb modem antenna to the tv antenna on top of house? Any help appreciated... I have the USB720 modem from Verizon, and a new Dell Inspiron 1520 loaded with Windows Vista. Attached is modem specs from Verizon wireless. Thanx, The Revelator P.S. Hardline/fiber optics is not an option here, only cell phone access at house.
Topic by revelator 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Hello Friends! I may sound a little insane and I don't know if it can be done or not but however here it is- Is there any hack with which we can turn our Pendrive OR USB Modem into a Bluetooth Dongle/Adapter OR Is there any way from which we can make our home-made Bluetooth Dongle/Adapter Thank You
Question by mraghib 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hi all, I have a Optus (Network company Australia) USB wireless modem and it's been canceled now that I have WIFI.I also have a Dell Inspiron 1150 that has no wireless card. I was wondering could you use this Optus USB modem as a wireless card to pick up my home wireless signal? I can't test it because I cut the Dell's LCD cable and a new one is on the way. Cheers for any help Luther
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Question by mkashyf 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I've had a lot of success with questions on this site so I thought I would ask this one. My internet works fine most of the time. I have one computer that has a modem and router hooked up to it for internet. I also have another computer that is wireless in the next room over, and an xbox that can go wireless or wired (mostly wired). The wireless computer can always be connected, but the the other computer (with the modem and router) has to be disconnected if I want to play xbox online. If I don't disconnect it, I will lag all over the place while trying to play some Call Of Duty on xbox. Yet the wireless computer doesn't affect it what-so-ever. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this or why it is happening? Thanks.
Topic by noobererer 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I have a Motorola SURFboard SB5101U cable modem. It has one Ethernet port and one USB ("square" type) port. I have an Apple Airport Express wireless plugged into the Ethernet port. Here's the problem. I want to use "MagicJack Plus" (VoiP) without plugging it into the computer (THE difference from the "regular" MagicJack, that it (the Plus) can be plugged directly into the modem, bypassing the computer, so the computer doesn't have to be left on 24/7 for your phone service). My question is, can a simple Ethernet (pigtail) splitter be used to plug both the MagicJack Plus and the Apple Airport Express wireless into the modem? I know this can be "Physically" but is the "signal" degraded in any way to the two units?
Question by nbakerjr 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have D-Link TD-8811 ADSL2+ Router can i add Antenna to it and convert 8811 to Wireless Access Point ???
Question by dj_mina 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago