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What is the SSID for Actiontec DSL gateway router?


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2007-08-06 22:30:47
2007-08-06 22:30:47

This can be changed but the default is ACTIONTEC


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Your DSL Modem, Router or Proxy Server can be Default gateway for a computer.

SSID is the name of your wireless acess point. If you have AT&T DSL then it usually starts with 2Wire_ _ _. You can also have a storebought router and these usually have their SSID set to the manufaturer name

Sometimes I start my computer in the morning and I'm not getting my wireless Actiontec signal on my computer. After trying different things I got it back to working. I had my computer on. I unplugged the Actiontec. I took the green phone line out of the wall plug. I plugged the Actiontec back in again. I plugged the phone line in the wall again. It started working again!

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Why would you need that? Anyway I don't think that you can do that because both the cable modem and dsl router are modems (and plus router fot dsl router case).

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Your laptop cannot have a wireless router. What it has is a wireless adapter which is not the same thing. And the answer is yes, you need a wireless router if your dsl modem does not have one as an option.

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Amazon has 2Wire modem for sale. The prices range from $80.00 to over $100. They have an AT&T 2Wire wireless gateway DSL router modem for sale for $89.98.

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If it is just a plain router, not a modem with a router, you would not need a DSL line, specifically. You would need to have an Internet connection. The router just takes an Internet connection and splits it, and converts wired Internet to WiFi. It does not provide the Internet. So if you don't have DSL, then you'd need cable Internet, fiber optic Internet, or satellite Internet.Now, if what you are calling a wireless router also combines a DSL modem, then you would need a DSL line.

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