What does dial-up internet access mean?
Dial-up internet access is when a normal telephone line and a modem are used to connect to the Internet. The computer tells the modem to dial the phone number of an Internet Service Provider (ISP) which then connects to another modem on the other end.
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When you get broadband cable or dsl you should be set up with a modem connected to your computer with an ethernet cable (similar to a phone cable). To make this wireless you need a wireless router (this connects the modem to the computers) and wireless cards (there are different kinds for desktops o…r laptops) for each wireless desktop or laptop. This link will provide you with greater detail http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/wireless/2003/03/21/home_wifi.html ( Full Answer )
If Windows Media Player was trying to access the Internet when Norton came up and you selected block how can you let it access the Internet again?
open norton and go in and delete the "rule" that dissalows MP net access. Click the norton tray icon or just find the icon. Wait till it loads then go to the firewall settings. Find the list of allowed applications and unblock windows media player from the list
How can one connect an apple PC or laptop to a code division multiplex access phone 1000x dial up internet service provider?
I haven't managed all the nuances of this issue, but basically a CDMA connection is where a computer (laptop/desktop, IBM/Mac) can use a CDMA or GSM based cell phone to act as a modem, and dial an ISP for the end user. This connection requires a specialized data cable for the model of cell phone to …be used (typically either a 9 pin serial to the PC or a USB cable to the PC - other end to cell phone). This capability is also referred to as tethering. Another requirement is that your cellular carrier must support *Data* connections. A standard data connection operates at a slow 19.2 to 38.400 baud connection, and the super high-speed connection is between 112 kbps to just under 256 kbps (realistically). If you have the data cable for your cell phone, a dial-up account with an ISP, the PST (phone support toolkit) for your cell phone ( Full Answer )
A gold ring will have the gold content inscribed inside. It mayalso have the manufacturer's mark inside. 5C would be themanufacturer's mark.
you can download Internet lock software fom www.toplang.com. it blocks any program that you tell it to from going online. there is a free trial period.
Portable internet access usally refers to the connecton of a electronic device to a wireless network (usually Wi-Fi) This can be at a Wi-Fi hotspot (publically available Wi-Fi networks) or in a home Wi-Fi network. Many devices can connect to Wi-Fi. These include phones, laptops, portable gaming co…nsoles and ipods. ( Full Answer )
There is a very large percentage of the world that has access tothe internet. Statistics say up to 85 percent.
Your Internet Service Provide may require a user name and password to log on to the network or a domain name It could be your email address and password or if you have a master account it would need that info Example email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hardware for the Internet can be defined as the tangible items needed to allow a user access either by direct connection or through a dial-up connection to a host computer. The first connections involved mainframe computers and telephone line connections. Since then the innovations in computer techn…ology involving the personal computer, ISDN and cable lines to connect to the Internet have allowed for a tremendous increase in users and speed of connections. ( On the web page I will include a timeline of the innovations that have greatly impacted the use of the Internet ). Since connection speeds are now much faster than in the past, the designers of web pages have many more options available to them in designing their product with video and audio more likely to be used than in the first designed sites. In researching hardware and its impact on the design of web pages, we have found that the type of hardware directly affects the type of software options one has, and therefore, the design possibilities of a web page. For instance, if one has a scanner, which allows inclusion of documents that are not currently on the computer to be added to a web page, one would also need compatible software to complete the task. In other words, one without the other is not a functional product. Just as a computer is only a box until software is installed, the additional hardware is just a paperweight until it has the correct software that allows for its intended use. The distinction between software and hardware is sometimes confusing as they are so integrally linked. Clearly, when one purchases a program, they are buying software. But to buy the software, one also buys the disk (hardware) on which the software is recorded. Software is divided into two broad categories. "Systems Software", which includes the "Operating System" and all the "Utilities" that enable the computer to function, and "Application Software", which include programs that do real work for users. For example, word processors, spreadsheets, and database management systems fall under the category of application software. Software that has been written onto read-only memory (ROM) is called "Firmware." Firmware is both a combination of software and hardware. NIC card, a PC, connection to the internet (cable)?? ( Full Answer )
You would access the internet by first establishing an internet connection. Next you would use an internet browser such a internet explorer or Google chrome. Double click the browser icon and you have accessed the internet.
You have to take your computer apart and put it back together in a messed up way. Then you shake it 100 times and then throw your computer on the ground. Wait a day, and then you'll be able to access the internet.
Just about anyone can access the Internet. As long as you have a computer and a subscription or wi-fi connection there should be no problem. In third world and dictated countries, that is an entirely different story.
Dedicated Access refers to "DIA" Dedicated Internet access. DIA is a service that is from T1 up to OCx and Ethernet. DIA is a dedicated connection from a site or company to a Tier 1 Provider. www.intelletrace.com offers this type of service.
For those individuals with Internet access what percentage uses dial up and what percentage uses broadband access?
I recently did a report on broadband growth for year ending 2008. Studies show that around 55% of Americans use broadband and only 10% still are on dialup.
In the past, broadband referred to any Internet connection that was over 256 Kbps (kilobits per second) -- that is about 4 to 5 times faster than the best dial-up, which is limited to only 56 Kbps. In July of 2010, the FCC redefined what it considers basic broadband as any connection with at leas…t 4 Mbps (megabits per second) download speeds and 1 Mbps upload speeds. So, what is considered broadband right now will definitely allow you to surf the Web quickly. ( Full Answer )
3G is the third generation of mobile phone standards and technology, superseding 2.5G. It is based on the International Telecommunication Union ...
Wireless and Dial-Up are two different methods of accomplishing the same thing. Therefore, they are basically mutually exclusive. (technically you could use them both at the same time, but in nearly every case, the dial-up would be far inferior, so there wouldn't be much point). If you mean "wire…less internet" merely as the service that you have paid for, then it's possible. It depends on the terms of your contract with your service provider. In general, it would be pretty unusual. ( Full Answer )
How can you access the internet on your lap top if there is no internet hook up where you are staing?
Without Internet access I wouldn't see how it would be possible. It's like trying to make a phone call under a tunnel . Unless you're laptop can capture free wifi from its surrounding areas and it has to be an unsecure network like NETGEAR. . Antoinette Acosta
If it happens you should install internet drivers.BY doing this your internet will run normally.
PROS: portable, available anywhere there is a telephone line CONS: slow, may incur long-distance telephone charges, connectionis less reliable
asymmetrical technology: b/c the upstream throughputs are practically limited to 53Kbps and even lower! I think this is wrong, I've checked several places and the answer keeps coming up Symmetrical. Oh crap I messed up! asymmetrical is right.
On a DS lite, you can't. You can connect to other Ds' (WIFI connection). I am not so sure with the DSi and I doubt the same to the new DS 3D
You need a modem and an Internet Services Provider. You can purchase a modem to install in the computer that connects through your phone line. You will need to contact a company such as AOL to be your ISP. You can also contact your phone or cable company for a DSL (phone) or cable modem
if all other ways are down or cannot get to then click start and it will be there click it and your on the internet
The modem on your computer must connect to your Internet Service Provider's server over a land telephone line. You connect the computer's modem to a telephone jack as you would a telephone.
I don't think we can access internet from mp3 there is no relaion between and mp3 player or internet
No, I don't think so. I assume you mean ps3, and sadly you can't, sorry.
Yes as long as you hook it up to your internet settings and download the internet channel you can access the internet.
A 3G stick plugs into your USB port and acts as a modem to access the 3G network in South Africa. There are three 3G providers in South Afrca: Cell C, Vodacom and MTN.
It depends on your local carrier. Some provide access trough DSL, others trough Wi-Fi and others trough GPRS or CDMA.
DOS can be used to access Internet. There are more than few Internet applications for DOS: web browsers, e-mail clients, messaging, other networking sofware for DOS. Even if they are not as capable as those for Windows, Mac OS X or Linux, it is quite possible to use DOS for surfing Internet.
Only an iPod Touch can get free internet access through a WiFi hotspot. Just go to Settings-->WiFi (turn it on if you haven't already) and it will automatically search for a WiFi hotspot. Once it's found one, tap to select. (you many need to enter a password first.)
It is possible for an intranet to be working and for you to have access to it, while not having access to the internet. Your intranet is your own private network. It can be part of the internet by linking to other networks. Sometimes your intranet can be working, but there is a problem with your gat…eway to the internet and you cannot get access to the internet. ( Full Answer )
I don't think so . ( at least of i think ) there's a USB pen which let's you connect to the Internet .
The US FCC says basic broadband internet service has a speed of at least 4.0 Mbits per second. However, the server conditions and the network you are on affects how fast your internet is. Speed varies by region.
ipod nano,ipod shuffle and classic ipod don't have internet access. Only ipod touch has internet access.
It means that your wireless router or modem is unable to connect tothe internet. This could be because of multiple reasons - your ISP(Internet service provider) has issues or your modem/router ishaving problems.
Broadband is not the only way to access the internet. Broadband is offered through land line telephone companies while television and satellite companies offer access through cable connections. With the advent of the IPhone and IPad now cellular telephone companies are offering access to the interne…t. ( Full Answer )
"Starband, Hughesnet, and AT&T are currently offering services for internet access via satellite. Although satellite access should be capable anywhere there are a few very remote places on earth, especially in the polar regions, where it is not available."
No matter what type of ISP. WiFi can be configured to local or global. Dial-up or Broadband or satilite is required to connect global network.
You sign up for an Internet service provider in your local area. You also need a device to access Internet with. You can also get Internet service with your phone via your cell phone company if they provide it and they have it available in your area.
Yes it does via wifi or the mobile network if you bought the mobile network option.
Dial up Internet is using a land telephone line and computer modem to dial into an Internet Service Provider to gain access to the Internet backbones. The modem takes up 100% of the phone line, not allowing for incoming or outgoing telephone calls until the session is over. This type of connectio…n isn't as common today as it was 10 years ago, when nearly all home computer users were using modems to connect, typically at 56k speed. ( Full Answer )
According to aol, around 3 million people still use dial up internet access. Many of these could be smaller shops though using old chip and pin devices that take a long time.
Dial up internet access is the access of internet using a telephone. The telephone is connected to a router, the router is then connected to a computer, much like in using internet nowadays, however you must call a number to gain internet access and the telehpone can not be using while using the int…ernet. ( Full Answer )
To access the internet, one need to have any browser like internet explorer, firefox, chrome etc. and a software related to device(like: any usb dongle) that is used to connect the system to internet, if used.
Dial up internet access can be subscribed to by an internet service provider. It is less common today since wireless and high speed access has become more available and cheaper.
One can get free internet in many coffee shops or restaurants or even in some food stores that give free wireless access, assuming that he already has his laptop with him. If not, public library will let everyone use their computers and have free internet access.
Some people say that the 'c' stands for cheap, because the iPhone 5is made out of plastic (polycarbonate frame reinforced with steel).There is no answer to what the 'c' means but it is presumed that itmeans colour because the 5c comes in 5 colors.
No you can not have dial up internet access on an iPad mini. IIRConly wireless.