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A simple Thought about Modem

Reliance is one of the important broadband service providers in India. They offer wireless broadband and wired broadband connections. There is one article
about How to Configure Reliance DSL Modem, which tells the steps to configure Reliance modem to access Internet. I another article Reliance Netconnect Review you can see the details about wireless broadband service offered by them. It is important to learn how to configure the devices provided by Internet Service Providers. It is because in many situations, say an Internet connectivity issues, we may need to reset the modem. As we know, while resetting a modem it will go back to factory default settings. If the modem is not configured we cannot access Internet. So it is understood the importance to learn how to configure a modem.

There is a difference in configuring USB modem and broadband modem. In USB modem, we need to install a driver before connecting the modem to Internet. In DSL broadband modem, there is no need of driver. We can directly access the web based setup page of the modem and start configuration process. USB modem needs different type of installation depends on the Operating systems running on computer. In DSL broadband modem we do not need to worry much about the OS version running on computer.



  1. Reliance offers internet services as part of Reliance Netconnect plus and Reliance Broadband service. Reliance Net Connect and Reliance Broadband is the former is a wireless service while reliance netconnect is a fixed line service. Reliance Net Connect Plans


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