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Corey July 20th, 2007 at 03:11 | #33 Reply | Quote To Fernando who posted this link http://pbells.broadjump.com/Enhancements/Enhance.html Is it legit? If you have fast drives, etc., then it's better to use on-board GbE NICs or get PCIe ones. I will agree that if it's not difficult to go wired, it's certainly desirable, since it's a lot more reliable and easier to get going to boot. Every online test I do has me set up with 144/144 SDSL for $100 a month. check here
Alex Ethridge, Apr 9, 2004 #11 JohnWill Retired Moderator Joined: Oct 19, 2002 Messages: 106,414 If you use the security features that are commonly available, especially now that WPA is more Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems their companies use to support everything from business critical applications to employee collaboration and electronic commerce. Frustrated in the South…. Apparently it was not so obvious to some.
If I want faster, the rep said to look into Comcast!.. YIPEE! I can have a pc thats never been on cable internet and it works fine on dsl Matt January 26th, 2007 at 02:35 | #16 Reply | Quote oh I had
I just wanted to know what my options could be and what I should do. I never load Bellsouth DNS on client servers, etc.. Luckily I have a Windows 2003 DNS server (Local). Tsuki, Apr 8, 2004 #9 JohnWill Retired Moderator Joined: Oct 19, 2002 Messages: 106,414 Don't buy a router from Comcast!
The only glitch I experienced would not affect most people. we moved the pc to the office and had DSL installed. Whether it will work at your address is not a question that can be answered here. Patrick December 10th, 2006 at 21:03 | #14 Reply | Quote the best bet is to go to properties for your bellsouth fastaccess connection, double click on the internet protocol(tcp/IP)…set DNS
it makes it easy to get the wife or kid off your back when the modem dies and you are not home. I googled the issue, came to this page first, felt comforted in not being alone with the problem, tried the suggestion by Woody's November 20th post of using an openDNS server Reliability. Craig October 1st, 2008 at 08:49 | #44 Reply | Quote Just do it!
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If BellSouth gives you DSL, they have to guarantee a certain transfer rate, regardless of distance. Hopefully BellSouth adds several more DNS servers to distribute the load their main servers are getting. Example: I set up a two-computer wireless network for a customer last year. http://newsmdcommunications.com/need-advice/need-advice-on-a-hjt-log.html Deb March 12th, 2008 at 18:27 | #43 Reply | Quote Stop complaining and do what Bob said (Feb 4, 2008).
For high speed Bellsouth stinks. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Alex Ethridge, Mar 31, 2004 #7 Tsuki Thread Starter Joined: Feb 4, 2004 Messages: 43 I'm sorry for the confusion.
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I know better than to waste time with their tech support. I advise against Time Warner for phone service if you have no other means of emergency communication. Only problem with that, I had already set the Netopia Modem/router we have to dynamically find the DNS server at Bellsouth and it was pointing at the right IP. I have used Fernando and Bob's suggestions.
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I regularly get 2500-5000K…AFTER the 15 second DNS lookup. You ignored that I was replying to a statement about stored passwords in used DSL modems:said by graysonf:said by davidg:if you are trying to be prepared in case of a failure,