ADSL Queries
What is ADSL?
FAQ - ADSL Queries

Speed What is ADSL?   ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a high-speed Internet access service that uses your existing telephone line to send and receive data digitally at speeds that far exceed that available through analog dial-up modems.  ADSL uses a digital frequency, whereas telephone and fax machines use an analog signal.  Because the ADSL signal is operating on a different frequency, the telephone can be used normally, even when surfing the Web with your ADSL service.   

 

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How to Extend my ADSL Network
FAQ - ADSL Queries

Homeplug - extend your network in your home So you don't want network cables running all around the house but the wifi signal from your router doesn't quite get to those hard to reach areas.  Why not consider a Homeplug Network Adapter Kit.  These little plugs provide a convenient solution to extend your home network by using standard electrical outlets.  The kit provides you with everything you need to set up an internet connection in any room without running new wires.

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No Internet Connection
FAQ - ADSL Queries

Many of our customers experience a sudden loss of their internet connection.  The ADSL light on the router is on, the PC says it is connected but Internet Explorer says the page is not available.

 

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New Wifi router but no signal
FAQ - ADSL Queries

Many WiFi routers are provided with the WiFi turned off. Usually it is a simple case of following the instructions to enable the WiFi.  On some routers it is a simple task of pressing a button on the back, however on the majority you will have to either insert a disk and follow the setup instructions or use a web interface system to amend the settings.

 


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