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Type of cable used for ADSL?

Q: Type of cable used for ADSL?

Hi, I want to ask what type of cable should I use for a 256kbps/64kbps or a ADSL2 24 Mbps internet connection. I am currently using a dial-up cable which is about 10 metres long. Also, would this improve my speeds or would it be relatively the same? Thank you for your advice.

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A: Type of cable used for ADSL?

Dial Up Cable?

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I have ADSL Internet
An ADSL Router

i also have a Freecom DataTank Gateway WLAN

I want to connect the datatank to the adsl router and use it as a switch but cannot seem to do it.

I set the datatank ip to and told it to run as a switch
I set my router as a DHCP server with the ip

I Plugged the datatank into the router and can access the internet but cannot access the datatank user interface at

Anyone help please!

A:ADSL Internet, ADSL Router. DataTank (Cable Router) Daisy chain off ADSL?

problem solved.

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Hi all, I got today Lenovo S510 model: 10KW005NAX I want to get a cable or adapter to connect Displayport to HDMI 1080p LCD I have from before There seem to be passive and active converters, what I understood from online is that if I have DP++ PC I can get a passive converter or else I need an active converter. I don't know if cables can be active and passive too?For example: Amazon linkSo the description says source can be DP or DP++, so it has a chip inside it? so it's active? So... can anyone tell me what is my displayport type (Lenovo S510) ? and maybe shed some light on what I need to get clear picture to HDMI in? Appreciate your help   

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I need an opinion on something. We are switching from a 20Mbps CABLE service with an Arris modem that provides GIGABIT speeds from the WAN port. We are getting an ADSL service of 12Mbps and a wireless N router/modem combo with 100MBps transfer speeds from the WAN port. Am I going to notice anything decrease in speeds on web surfing and game playing???

A:ADSL vs. Cable

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Can ADSL be as fast a cable?

From what i know ADSL you use phone lines but that would be the same lines as 56k, and i got cable at the moment which we(family) is considering to moving to ADSL
Can it be as fast?


A:ADSL? Cable?

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My broadband connection has a habit of cutting out on me. I don't leave it connected all the time only when I am actually using the internet.This is very intermittent and seems to me to happen more frequently in wet stormy weather.Ther is no problem with the phone lines and this cutting out didn't happen when I first got the broadband a couple of years ago.I have spoken to my supplier (BT) and they said at first that it was due to my equipment and suggested that I disconnect all my other phones, which I did; it made no difference Then they said thatmy modem should plug into the first telephone socket in the house in other words that I move the computer so as to test this out. This latter suggestion is utterly impossible. The only way I can do this is to get an 18 meter DSL cable so that it runs thro' the house from the modem to this first socket. This turns out to be a very expensive option furthermore I have found that it comes only in 5 and 10 meter lengths.I have 2 questions 1. Does it sound as tho' this is indeed the cause of the problem? and 2. If it is are there connectors for joining up lengths of DSL cable without impairing the signal?
I have windows 98SE and IE6

A:ADSL cable

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Hi there,

I am thinking of switching over to Cable. In my experience Cable is better. You guys have any thoughts?

A:Cable vs. ADSL

I had DSL before cable and the speed is much better. If you live in a populated area you might see a small decrease in speed as you share the bandwidth with others with cable but it's still faster than DSL unless you have Verizon Fios which is as fast as cable broadband.

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Hi, I have a cable connection now, and I am thinking about switching to an ADSL connection for reliability etc. The question I have for you all is this:
I have two computers hooked up to my existing cable connection through a 10/100mbs hub, each computer has an 10/100 lan card in them running to the hub, and the cable modem is running to the hub also. How can I attach an adsl modem, using the same hub that I have and the 10/100 lan cards in my computers with one computer using the adsl modem.
Do I need a external adsl modem, and if so, does it still conncet through my 10/100 lan cards or do I need to get a special card to connect to the computers?
I am not familiar with adsl modems or cards and I'm not sure what type of connections they use (category5 etc)

Thanks, any info you have would be greatly appreciated.

A:ADSL vs Cable?

Most (read... as in not all) DSL modems use an ethernet connection. So you'll be able to plug it into the hub. Now, as to if it will work this way is another story. If the DSL you're getting doesn't use a dialup style of connection, and you're assigned multiple static IP addresses, you should be fine. However, if your DSL uses PPOE, in order to have multiple 'puters use the connection, you'll either need a cable/DSL router with PPOE capability to replace the hub, or if you're running 98SE or above, another NIC card and use MS's built-in Internet Connection Sharing.

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i am currently on Cable(optus), and moving onto ADSL+2, if putting a access point onto the adsl2+ modem is it exactly like using a adsl2+ router?

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Im moving house soon and the house we will be living in isnt in an area for cable internet like we have now, So I have to go back to ADSL.

Because the house im moving to is 3 stories high and Iv heard that at the top of the house the internet is very poor from downstairs.

I was wondering if I could run an Ethernet cable from the router downstairs all the way up to the top of the house, If I could plug it into my cable router and just give it that wireless boost.

Is this possible? or would I have to buy an access point?

A:Cable router through ADSL

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Does anybody know if there is a way to combine a cable modem and ADSL? I have 2 seperate cards. One for cable modem and one for ADSL. How would I go about making both work in Windows 98? All I want to do is use them to combine speeds so my web pages load faster and my downloads download faster. If you need any info, just ask. Thanks.

A:Combining Cable Modem & ADSL

Nice idea, but almost impossible.
DSL & cable use 2 totally different technologies. One does not understand the other. The only way you could do this is if both lines terminated at the same access point (router, DSLAM, switch) which would then be bound to both the DSL & cable local loop. Unless you are using the same ISP for both, this is not possible.

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Can it be done?

We have 2 PC's both running windows
We have 1x Virgin Media 20mb DSL Cable Internet connection
We have 1x Netgear Wireless ADSL Router

(we will have a DSL router next week)

In the mean time we have 2 PC's that need internet access!

My question is, can we setup the internet using the equipment we have? Somehow connect the modem to the router via the ethernet port? OR Using 1 Pc connect to the router wirelessly and have the other connect to it wired. With the one we connect wirelessly we could connect the modem to and share the connection?


OK, I'm a little confused. Do you have a Cable Internet connection or a DSL connection? Provide me with the answer to that question and brand name and model numbers off of your equipment and I might be able to understand a little better (It's not you, it's me ).

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I have just bought a BELKIN Wireless G+ MIMO Router... Everything works but i get to the last stage of finding a internet connection when setting the router up and it stops working.. From the ADSL line i have got a small end to the cable and there is no specific slot for it to go in the router unlike my last one.. I dont know whether i need to buy a new ADSL filter so that i can get a cable with a big plastic end to plug into it and plug into my router.. pls help.. i added some pics to show what i mean where the cable is not a wide one and is more square...

A:ADSL Cable not fitting into Router

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Hi ThereI was wondering if someone can help me with my computer. Its basically slowing and than stopping my computer when i plug my internet cable in. Here is a scan i did using deckards scanner. Ive run a whole bunch of antivirus, anti malware programs but nothing works including Anti Trojan, Zone alarm, trojan shield and others.Anyway heres the log, please please please help.Deckard's System Scanner v20071014.68Run by Patrick Baker on 2008-04-06 20:42:39Computer is in Normal Mode.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- System Restore --------------------------------------------------------------Successfully created a Deckard's System Scanner Restore Point.-- Last 5 Restore Point(s) --88: 2008-04-06 08:42:56 UTC - RP191 - Deckard's System Scanner Restore Point87: 2008-04-05 22:54:48 UTC - RP190 - System Checkpoint86: 2008-04-04 04:32:14 UTC - RP189 - System Checkpoint85: 2008-04-02 21:48:23 UTC - RP188 - System Checkpoint84: 2008-04-01 19:49:25 UTC - RP187 - System Checkpoint-- First Restore Point -- 1: 2008-01-08 00:43:50 UTC - RP104 - System CheckpointBacked up registry hives.Performed disk cleanup.-- HijackThis (run as Patrick Baker.exe) ---------------------------------------Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2Scan saved at 08:43, on 4/6/2008Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16608)Boot mode: NormalRunning processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS ... Read more

A:Computer Freezing When Adsl Cable Plugged In

Hello Welcome to Bleeping Computer! Sorry about the delay. We're all volunteers here, and it's been very busy. If you still need help, please post a new DSS.scan report to make sure nothing has changed. Please post only the main.txt report. And I'll be happy to take a look at it for you. Thanks, for your patience.

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Is there a way to connect a Cable modem to an ADSL-Router (US robotics) ? Previously I was using a wireless adsl-router but since I moved, I am using a cable modem.
I would like to be able to use my ADSL-Router in order to share the connection. Is it poosible to connect the RJ45 coming out of the cable modem to the RJ11 Adsl-Router ?

A:Connect a Cable modem to an ADSL-Router

The better idea would be to purchase a wireless hub or wireless gateway with a built in hub for the connection sharing (safer surfing on cable with gateway than without), I never have tried to cross cable and ASDL type equipment connections before and not sure if there is a way

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I'm trying to use a router/modem to be only a router...
I'm using Siemens SL2-141 which has an ADSL input but im connected to a cable input modem which is - Thompson TCM425.
I want to use the Siemenss wireless option but i cant seem to make it work!

what i've done so far:
My Thompson TCM425 is connected to the internet via MPLS (direct connection, no need for a VPN dialer), I connected it into the LAN2 in the Siemens router (Ethernet connector). I connected the Siemens router LAN1 to the computer (Intel Network card - Ethernet connector).

Thats for the wires.

on the computer -
LAN is the intel network card which is connected to the LAN2 in the router.
Wireless Network connection - I've installed a USB wireless device on the computer to try and connect to the wireless router. I set the IP's manually as shown in the IPCONFIG.(maybe my manualy config is wrong?)

on the router -
I've changed the advanced configuration and disabled the ADSL option
Also, I turned off the DHCP.
This is sposed to make the device a router alone.
The strange thing is that when i use the LAN (Intel card on the computer) I have access to the net but when i try to connect via wireless i get 'Limited or no connectivity', I've done a check and seems like the wireless connection wont get an IP and so I can't access the net via wireless.



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A:Solved: Help - ADSL router with Cable modem

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I am going to get an ADSL router but I have cable, will I be able to connect my router to cable to get WiFi

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Hello all,
I recently purchased a Belkin N Wireless Modem Router with a single ADSL input and 4xRJ45 outputs. I have an old Belkin 54g Router at the moment and wanted to upgrade. Unfortunately when the item arrived I discovered that I had made a mistake as the router was for ADSL and not the Virgin cable modem. Before returning the item I would like to know if it is possible to convvert the RJ45 lead output from the cable mobem to the ADSL input of the router. I've had a look on forums and a lot of the answers seem to be way more complex but without answering this question.
Thanks in advance for any replies.

A:Solved: Cable modem to ADSL Wireless Router

Nope, you can't use that router with a cable modem.

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Hello Guys,
I am having problem with my dlink adsl-2460t which is really torturing. I ahve connnected my cable net modem to my router but unfortunately its of no use cos i cant connect my laptop to it. Although it shows the availablity of the connection but it doesn't get through to net........ it keeps on giving a caution sign on the bottom right corner, above the signal strength........ Although some times luckily after series of reboots of both PC and router it do connect...... So plz help me get rid of this hurdle....

A:dlink adsl-2640t doesn't connect wirelessly to the cable net

if you connect to the router by cable does it work
lets see
{ipconfig /all}
If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to paste the results into something like notepad and then copy onto a machine that can access the internet and post results here
We would like to see the results from ipconfig /all post back the results here
-> Start
-> (XP - enter the following in the RUN box)
cmd /k ipconfig /all
-> (Vista or Windows 7 - enter the following in the Search box)
cmd /k ipconfig /all

A black box will appear on the screen -
rightclick in the box
select all
control key + C key - to copy

then reply here and
control key + V to paste
{Ping Tests}
If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to paste the results into something like notepad and then copy onto a machine that can access the internet and post results here

Start> Run {search bar in Vista}> CMD to open a DOS window and type:

Type the following command
Ping {plus the number thats shown against the default gateway shown in above ipconfig /all}
Post back the results
rightclick in the box
select all
control key + C key - to copy
then reply here and
control key + V to paste

Type the following command
Ping google.com
Post back the results
rightclick in the box
select all
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Hello, Here is the scenario:
I have been using Wireless ADSL Router (Planet ADW-4401) that has one WAN Port(RJ-11) and 4 LAN Ports (RJ-45). I used it to connect to the internet but recently i switched my ISP now I use cable internet (cat 5 cable that i directly plug into my NIC) and use username & password to connect through a PPPOE connection.
can i use my adsl router to connect to my cable internet?? so that i can use my desktop connect to the router througl lan and my laptop to connect through wireless.

thanks in advance.

A:Solved: Can Wireless ADSL Router be used to connect Cable internet?

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I am trying to network another computer located two floors down(basement). My router is upstairs and I need to have the cable running outside. What type cable do I need? Someone told me a heavy duty cable is necesary since the cable will be exposed to the elements. What type of cable do I need? Thanks.

A:cable type

It's a little more expensive but I would recommend setting up a wireless network.

I came across a cable mentioned on several websites. I have never heard of it but I guess this is what you use for outdoor.

10 Base-FL Fiber Optic Assemblies are ideal for long runs and outdoor applications. Available in non-plenum, plenum, or outdoor styles. Click to expand...

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Ok this might not be too computer related but I think since the main problem is concerning usb it should be considered hardware. I just bought a mp3 player (sony nw-e95) off of ebay, but the seller is not including the usb cables. I want to buy one but there are so many different kinds, I have no clue which one it is. Is there anyone who has a sony mp3 player who might know what type it is? I have a picture here, it's the clearest one I could find. maybe someone here can figure out what kind of usb cable it is from this picture?

Thanks for the help.

A:Help - what type of usb cable is this?

oh I found another good picture, maybe this'll help?

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Apologies if this is posted in the incorrect section & if it's a 'noob' question.

Basically I moved house and lost the power adapter for my external hard drive. I've looked in to buying a replacement but I have no idea what it's called to actually search for one, does anybody know?

I've attached a photo, any help would be greatly appreciated.



A:What type of cable do I need?

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I need to run about 75-100ft of ethernet cable from my modem to a ps3 in the basement. Would cat5e is good enough for this distance or if I should opt for cat6. And if it doesn't even matter then just tell me because I have minimal knowledge in this area

A:What type of ethernet cable do I need?

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Found this article this morning and isn't this about time though it will throw a bit of a spanner in the works but common sense tells me at least it should have been like this since day 1

USB Type-C: One cable to connect them all - CNET

A:USB Type-C: One cable to connect them all

We've come a long way from the clunky parallel and serial ports I had on my IBM PC in 1984!

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I read through lots of threads on HDMI, DVI and VGA Didn't find an answer to my question. I am getting a Dell XPS 8300 with onboard only video. As I read specs I see it has VGA and HDMI outputs. My monitor (dell) has VGA and DVI input connections. My questions are:

Is (cable connector) VGA to VGA any drawbacks to HDMI to DVI? I know HDMI carries audio but will DVI on the monitor use it?

I don't do games or very fancy graphics. What would be an acceptable choice of cable? I do still have the VGA cable from my current system.


A:Cable for PC to Monitor TYpe?

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I have a type c male to vga male cable plugged into my Yoga 910 laptop and a 32in Dell monitor (I used the VGA input because I am already using the monitors other input, an HDMI input, for the xbox), and it isn't working. The monitor still says no signal. Any advice?

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I need a USB A B Type Full Speed 2.0 cable for my Brother printer and would like to know if the cable is the same that I ordered from Amazon Belkin Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Cable (10 Feet) if this is the right USB Cable for my printer?

A:USB A B Type Full Speed 2.0 Cable

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I have a type c male to vga male cable plugged into my Yoga 910 laptop and a 32in Dell monitor (I used the VGA input because I am already using the monitors other input, an HDMI input, for the xbox), and it isn't working. The monitor still says no signal. Any advice?
Mod's Edit: System model added to the front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity and moved post to proper forum.

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I am setting up a network at home with several computers. I have cable coming into the house connecting to a cable modem. What type of cable do I use to connect the mdoem to my router and my router to my computers. Would it be a CAT 5 cable? The type of medium that has the RJ45 connectors to it?
I'm drawing a blank.


A:What type of cable do I use for home network?

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I've got a wireless ADSL router with 4 ethernet ports. I've a desktop using XP and connected via ethernet and a laptop running windows 98 connected using a wireless PC Card. I can connect to the internet from both machines but can't get them to see each other.

Laptop says it can't browse the network. I tried the network setup wizard in XP and created a disk when prompted. Tried disk in 98 and rebooted when prompted. On startup, wizard said it couldn't find network card and couldn't continue.

Any help gratefully received. Thanks.

A:Wireless ADSL router, XP Home connected via cable, Win 98 via wireless card - HELP!!!

Checklist for networking Windows Machines with TCP/IP
- PCs which are not XP must have TCP/IP installed.
- Each PC must have a unique computer name.
- Each PC must have a network share defined.
- ALL NICS must be on the same subnet (e.g. IP 192.168.0.* subnet mask
- XP PCs must have Netbios over TCP/IP enabled (only essential for XP to talk to W9X PCs).
- MS Client and file & printer sharing must be enabled on each machine.
- All NICs must have their node type = anything except p-node (peer to peer, or point-point).
* To check, open a command prompt and type IPCONFIG /ALL.
- XP's ICF firewall is permanently disabled. (Only necessary for pre XP SP2).
- All 3rd party firewalls are disabled, uninstalled and deleted (until connection is working).
- PCs have the same workgroup (helps, but not essential for XP/2K, necessary for 9X/ME).

Allow 15 mins after rebooting a PC for that PC to appear in the workgroup, or
for it to see all other PCs. Or you can search for the PC by its computer name.
Additional things to check if you still have problems:
- Check your Services are Started on all PCs: Workstation, Server, TCP/IP Netbios helper, Computer Browser.
- XP gives access to its shares via the Net Guest Account. (Note, not the same as the local guest account in user accounts which should be off). Net Guest Account is enabled by default in XP, but... Read more

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Well I just looked at some new sound cards today and I have to say -

[RANT]OMFG how many more audio 3.5 mini-jacks will I have to plug into the back of my PC?

I say they take some other connector type and make it so all audio goes through 1 cable. Heck they can even overload the cable with a few extra not currently used lines for "future upgradability".

What are your thoughts on changing the hardware setup to something a little simpler -

BTW I am the same guy who loves HDMI inputs over the standard 5 plug High Definition inputs on my TV.

What are we living in the dark ages we can't come up with SIMPLE connectors that function well?[/RANT]

Whew now that I got that off my chest I'll sleep better. Am I the only one who thinks theres just a few too many plugs when it comes to audio?

A:Does anyone think they need a new cable type for the newest audio connectors?

Ha, I have RCA jacks running all over the place at my TV.
Dreamcast, Gamecube, XBOX, DVD player, Linux Box, 5.1 surround sound, digital cable. Those all cross through my TV somehow on RCA, then I have all the CAT5, coax and whatever other wires I can find! Don't mind though, they worh better then the RF modulators.

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Does it effect the quality? I have most of the hookups I believe.

A:What type of cable is best to connect the audio reciever to the pc?

As per my other post, if your receiver has a HDMI input, I would go with that. HDMI has a much higher bandwidth compared to other digital interfaces thus allowing higher resolution audio. Toslink, or sometimes called SPDIF (or optical) does have limited bandwidth compared to HDMI - 24bit 96khz max. If you do not play media higher than that then you will be hard pressed to tell the difference between the two. However one benefit with Toslink is that it is not electrically conductive therefore it will not pass any electrical noise from the source nor will it pick up RF interference. So if you get a loud hum, usually referred to as a ground loop, when HDMI is connected you may want to try a Toslink connection.

As for the quality of the cable used in both configs?? I would stick with name brands that have lots of positive reviews from actual users and not just professional reviewers. They don?t have to be expensive. Toslink is susceptible to breaking if bent too aggressively so keep this in mind should you be fishing the cable through a cabinet.

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I'm looking for what type of power button board cable I have I need a new replacement

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Customer has an old accounting software package that is hard coded to print via the DB25 connector on his Desktop PC to a dot matrix printer which has given up the ghost.

He does not want to replace the accounting package and so I am thinking I should be able to print from the DB25 port to his usb laser printers.

Problem is there does not seem to be DB25 to USB Type 2 (D shape plug) cables available.

There are plenty od DB25 to USB Type A cables available but not those to connect to USB Type 2 which most USB printers come with these days.

I'd appreciate some advice on this and finding a solution.


A:Printer cable advice - DB25 to USB Type B

How about a USB Adaptor B-Male to A-Female.
USB Adaptor B-Male to A-Female + $2 SHIPPING AUST-WIDE!

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Just had to run a new (longer) cable from the wall outlet to the modem and downloading now _seems_ slower and I'm getting a lot of timed out when making a new connection.

I'm using a 50 foot "RG6 Quad Shield" with about 10 to 15 feet of excess. I've also recently changed over to a new router, but it didn't seem to be a problem until I changed the cable.

So, I guess my questions are: How can I be sure it's the cable that's causing the issue vs the router? Also is it my imagination or is most cable out there "thinner" then what the cable company gives you? And lastly is one cable better then another?

Any thoughts or opinions?


A:Can cable type slow internet connection

RG6 is superior to RG59 (the usual cheap CATV home wiring cable), so the cable is likely not your problem if you extended it less than 50-100 feet. Check for proper termination of the connectors, because that can have a major impact if the shield is open or if the center conductor is intermittently open or shorted.

Another problem area... if your modem connection is on the output side of a second or third cable splitter, or output of a distribution amplifier, your connection may not work at all.

You can test it by connecting a TV to the cable and tune to various channels 2 and up. If they are all ok (especially high channel numbers, cable likely isn't the problem).

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My 9 year old SATA hdd went bad, preventing booting
I am hoping I can retrieve its data by connecting it to my laptop USb 3 port
It connected to the mother board with 2 cables.  See connector config photos below
What type of connector will I need to try to accomplish hopefully saving the data on it??
Thanks for your help

A:What cable type do I need to connect this removed hdd to my usb 3 laptop so I can retrieve its data??

these are the photos mentioned in my prior post

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Hi, my friend is in Japan, and he's signed up for NTT's ADSL service, They say he can 'rent' a modem, but he would need to get a router too if he wishes to use more computers. However he doesn't want a 'multi-box' solution, he wants it in 1 box (like in other countries), a combination ADSL Router/Modem with Wifi. However, he cannot buy them in a few computer stores he has visited. I am visiting him soon, and we're trying to understand if I bring over an ADSL router, if that would work.. I know about the power limitations, but that aside, can it work?

ps. Thinking of bringing something like the following models ( I will purchase once I know for sure )...
Netgear DG834GT 108Mbps Wireless ADSL Modem
Belkin ADSL Modem with Built-in 125g Wireless Router
Linksys by Cisco WAG54GS Wireless-G ADSL Modem Router

pps. I see a lot of modems listed on Amazon with ADSL2, I don't think they have ADSL2 in Japan (according to wikipedia), would ADSL2 modem work with ADSL.?

MANY MANY Thanks if anyone can answer this

A:Can an ADSL Wireless Modem Router work with NTT's ADSL service in Japan

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Hello guys,

I have 23 room 1st and 2nd floor with telephone wire activate with ADSL connection...

Now, My plan is i will configure ADSL connect using WAG54G2 and connected to adsl line in each room?

My question is, is there any problem for "Interfering the signal" since the room is 4m x 5m and the distance is only 6" concrete block? 10 rooms (1st rooms) 13 rooms (2nd floor)

Please help and advice (specially Mr. TerryNet)

A:Solved: ADSL 23 devices and 23 rooms with ADSL phone connection

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I've currently got a 512kb/s adsl connection but will be moving to a faster 1mb/s connection in next 2 months.In meantime I need to get my other PC to share same connection. So must be wireless. As I understand it a 4 port wireless adsl router means that basically you have an adsl modem that not only controls upload/download link to the internet but lets u plug in 4 PC's hardwired into modem? and then as well as that connect wirelessly?

I'm only looking to connect two PC's to it...one hardwired in and the other wireless equipped with a USB wireless stick.

Would this be suitable?


A:Sharing internet using ADSL. Which router/adsl modem to buy?

I suppose this is what your ISP is trying to sell you..

It will probably work, but I would recommend a product from a brand manufacturer who will actually release patches and support you after two years.

Look for similar products from Linksys, 3Com, SMC, D-Link, Netgear

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Okay I have two internet connections connected to one PC , both connected to a NIC .

Now I want the cable internet to do everything EXCEPT the p2p programs (emule etc) , and let ADSL to handle it , anyway of doing this ?

Thanks in advance.

A:1 cable connection + 1 adsl connection

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im from australia.....does anyone have any experience with the isp (intrenet service provider) TSN.

becos i currently am connected with Telstra broadband ADSL and they are screwing everyone around with slow connectiong

becos i was looking at TSN's prices and for what i pay with telstra i can get double plus more. becos with TSN they have this thing callde 'owl time' which means between midnight and 9am u can d/l as many gigbytes as u want and it wont be clocked on ur monthly usage. which wud be good as. means i can d/l movies over night.

so yeh. anyone have any expressions of interrest in this

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I haven't figured out how to get rid of it.. i don't see anything I set in ease of access.  it's making like s a squish sound every few letter i type.  it doesn't do it like for every letter.  it's not when i touch the mouse pad either.  please give me some ideas on how this happened..??

A:Inspiron. I don't know what settings I screw up on but when i type I hear like a squishing sound on every so many letters i type.

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To Whom It May Concern (or anyone willing to help):
About 6-8weeks ago (guesstimate) I started getting a random window popup at various times while browsing online. The semi-odd thing about it is #1-same type of popup on both ie & my Chrome browsers; #2- I hadn't downloaded/installed anything around then; #3 I havenot been able to find their source; #4- Have not found any scan (malwarebytes, Panda, pcpitstop, etc) that seems to locate it, nor does my Winpatrol. The popup windows vary in advertisers, but most frequent is for the game "Big Farm". They are always fullsized page & open in a new window (not just a new tab), without my regular menu/toolbar, etc on top. I did notice a little icon right before the url it shows at very top, clicked it & got a menu-thing showing the permissions of the settings, etc & I could click to view cookie data (in which I was thinking "yippee I got it", lol)... I can "remove" & "block", however each time I can make sure I do all of the however it doesn't seem to help because in a little bit "poof" it comes up just as before! Of course it can get irritating!
Now, as of 2days ago I've suddenly gotten a new & BIGGER annoyance... Quite often, especially when I open my browser & go to do anything (such as switch sites/pages, open history, etc), I get a blackish popup come down about 3/4 over my page, and has a video box (which seldom starts & if it does p... Read more

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About 6-8weeks ago (guesstimate) I started getting a random window popup at various times while browsing online. The semi-odd thing about it is #1-same type of popup on both ie & my Chrome browsers; #2- I hadn't downloaded/installed anything around then; #3 I havenot been able to find their source; #4- Have not found any scan (malwarebytes, Panda, pcpitstop, etc) that seems to locate it, nor does my Winpatrol. The popup windows vary in advertisers, but most frequent is for the game "Big Farm". They are always fullsized page & open in a new window (not just a new tab), with no toolbar, etc on top. Of course it can get irritating!
Now, as of 2days ago I've suddenly gotten a new & BIGGER annoyance... Quite often, especially when I open my browser & go to do anything (such as switch sites/pages, open history, etc), I get a blackish popup come down about 3/4 over my page, and has a video box (which seldom starts to play for at least 10seconds) & below video has a button that says "SKIP AD in 15 seconds" & then counts down to 0, then I can hit the skip button, & it goes away. It also happens just the same nomatter if I'm using Chrome or ie.
Any clue??? If I had an idea of their name or source, I should be able to find some sign of their existence in regedit, but I don't seem to find any indication anywhere including at top or bottom of screen when they open. The two types of popups do not look or act anyway similar/related,

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A:Unable to find source of adware-type popup on both chrome & ie, now a new type!


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