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either ethernet router or wifi router

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The letter WAN means Wide Area Network and basically means a network connection to a wide network, which is considered your ISP. It is a simple hookup, either modem to computer or modem to router to computer.


ISP stands for Internet Service Provider.


No. ISP means "Internet service provider."


ISP means Internet Service Provider, such as AOL


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An ISP stands for Internet Service Provider. It is the service that you pay for that provides actual Internet access on a computer. With ISP you can surf the web.


Not usually. Typically "network" is referred to as being your home network. This includes any computers you have wired to a router or any wireless computers accessing your wireless access point (can be the same as your router) if you have one. The ISP is the company that provides you access to the internet. This is a typical setup where "network" is anything that is connected to the left of the modem. Computer -> DSL/Cable Modem -> ISP -> Internet


Every time you go on-line, your computer communicates with the computer of your service provider (ISP). The modem in your computer sends a small package of information to the file server of your ISP - this lets the ISP know you're wanting internet access. The technical term is 'handshaking'.


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No, not all computers have an ISP (Internet Service Provider). An ISP is the service provider that you pay to get internet access from. Seeing as this is an optional part of owning/using a computer, not everybody has one. If instead of "ISP address" you meant "IP address", not all computers have this either. An IP (Internet Protocol) address is given to you by your ISP. So, going back to how having an ISP is optional, not all computers have a set IP address.


by tracing the mac add of that computer by the isp


Computer > Network Adapter > Router > ISP > Internet


Modem is a hardware connect your computer with the ISP, then your computer can surf online.


The question is a bit off. ISP is not part of a computer (hardware) it's a service that enable one to connect to the internet : Internet Service Provider, For example, Roadrunner, Earthlink, AT&T


It can tell you if the ISP is the issue, as opposed to your computer or your own network at home.


If your computer is working correctly a printer should automatically be accepted by the computer. It's not the printer which has to be online; it's the computer. The computer will be online if it has been linked to an ISP; that's an Internet Service Provider. It's the ISP which maintains the connections which connect your computer to the Internet.


A modem is connect to a phone line and to the computer. When the computer wishes to connect to the internet it takes the line of the hook and dials to an ISP. The ISP computer answers the call and then acts as a gateway for the client system. Requests are sent to the ISP computer which receives the necessary data and sends it back over the phone line to the client computer. When the internet is no longer required the client computer ends the call and hands up the phone line.


It is absolutely connected via an ISP. ISP just stands for Internet Service Provider. It can be dial-up, DSL, cable or satellite.


Try and get a hold of their IP. Get their ISP and report them.


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You log into your email account and read the email. If you have your email on an ISP server you would need to configure outlook on that computer or browse to the ISP web mail page


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