Results 21 to 25 of 25
Netgear WGR 614 Router Usage
This is a discussion on Netgear WGR 614 Router Usage within the Asking for help forums, part of the Broadband Technical Help category; Hiya - I will try and put up a pic tomorrow of my socket that has the wire coming in ...
- 13-11-06, 12:07 AM #21
Hiya - I will try and put up a pic tomorrow of my socket that has the wire coming in from the outside - looking through the Clarity UK website I'm sure mine isn't a BT Master Socket. Hopefully someone can clarify for me.
What I don't understand is how Homechoice (previous ISP) manged to deliver a higher speed and more consistant service (only had to reboot router every couple of months if that) using the exact same wiring I use now for the Sky broadband.
- 13-11-06, 12:37 AM #22
Oh OK. You've got an old socket by the sounds of it so no test socket. An NTE5 mastersocket is in two halves - the upper is blank and the lower has the socket.
ADSL and ASDL2+ have different characteristics and handle noise/attenuation differently. Just the characteristics of your line I guess?
- 13-11-06, 12:50 PM #23IQ album "Dark Matter" artwork reproduced with permission. See www.gep.co.uk/iq for more information.
- 13-11-06, 01:52 PM #24
Ah - thanks! I think you told us that before when you first came up with the URL injection hack for telnet
- 13-11-06, 04:34 PM #25
Well, I think Jose should take the credit for the url hack. All I did was look at the source code for the telnet daemon so see how to make it stop asking for a password and produce a url to do this. Jose had already done the hard work by this stage.IQ album "Dark Matter" artwork reproduced with permission. See www.gep.co.uk/iq for more information.