Friday, November 30, 2012

ADSL Router Configuration

ADSL Modem (CPE) Configuration

After Purchasing CPE (ADSL 2+ modem), Client are requested go through its manual thoroughly.

Browse the web management page of your ADSL modem. For example if your modem management interface IP Address is

Enter in your web browser.

Provide admin username and password of your modem

default (admin , admin )

(Note: customers are exteremly encouraged to go through their Modem/CPE manual to get information like IP address, Admin username and Password).

If you have problem with your ADSL login username and password, contact Internet Section, phone : 5010722, 5010726 

Generally, Modem/CPE can be used in Routing Mode or Bridge Mode.

1. Routing Mode

In this mode, modem/cpe dials with username and password provided by NT. You have to explicitly provide username and password to your modem configuration. In this mode same Modem/CPE can be used to share internet connection to multiple computers.

Configuration Parameters for Routing Mode

VPI --- 8
VCI --- 81
encapsulation --- PPPOE/LLC 
Authentication --- Auto

Username --- Provided by NT
Password --- Provided by NT
Providing these information should establish connection between CPE and DSLAM

Rx/Tx counters should start to increase

Note : One does not need to create a dial up or dail while using routing mode. Modem will dial itself.

2. Bridge Mode

In this mode your computer dials with username and password provided by NT. This mode is mainly used to connect internet for a single computer.

Configuration Parameters for Bridge Mode

Select Bridge Mode
Encapsulation --- LLC 
VPI --- 8
VCI --- 81
Authentication --- Auto

Attention (Very Important):

To check if your ADSL line is working, the ADSL led will first blink and then glow continuously after you connect your Modem/CPE to the phone line.

If there is no response showing (no continuous glow) in the ADSL Led of your Modem/CPE, Please contact the corresponding NT MDF (local exchange) to query if there is any problem in your ADSL line. 

Monday, July 16, 2012

Restore Lost Capacity of Your USB Flash Drive

Some malware can hide full capacity of your USB flash drive. For example, a 4GB pen drive sometimes shows only 500kb or less. An interesting part of this situation is that, even after removing the malware or formatting the USB flash drive, you will not get back its original capacity. Therefore, the question here is how to restore a USB flash drive to its full capacity. To help you, there is a tiny tool called BootIce. It is a standalone application for Windows and does not require installation. Here is how to use it to restore lost space of your USB disk.

1. Download the Bootice RAR file and unzip it. Insert the affected USB drive in your PC and then run the BootIce (as BootIce needs formatting permissions, you may require administrative privilege to run it).

2. Select the destination disk (affected USB disk) and click on the Parts Manage button. A new window will open up; there you can see different portions and parameters.

3. Click on the Reformat USB Disk option and select USB-HDD Mode (Single Partition) option (see screenshot below) from the list. Keep the ‘Align to cylinder’ option checked and then click the Next button.

4. Now a small window wills pop-up. Choose the formatting option (FAT32 or FAT16) and click Ok to proceed. Note: Most of the USB disks usually come with FAT16, so you may choose FAT16.

If everything goes fine, you will get a congratulations message. Now check the USB disk capacity in the Windows Explorer. It should be restored back to the original full capacity.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Internet Security:- Turn on Internet connection sharing option missing

The following steps shows you how to solve the problem when your internet wifi is connected, but the browsers don't load.

Please View the Updated Solution From Here

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