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1.       Click on Start/Windows button then click on Control Panel2.       Click on Network and Internet (Category View)3.       Click on Network and Sharing Center4.       Click on Change adapter settings5.       Right click on Local Area Connection then...
Section 1: Internet Setup·         Set DHCP on your PC·         Open the modem/router web interface (192.168.1.1)·         User: admin·         Password: admin·         Click on Quick Start·         Run Wizard·         Click Next·         (GMT-08:00) Paci...
A: ADSL Configuration for Mac OSx: Go to the Apple Menu, select System Preferences. The System Preferences window will appear Click on the Network icon at the top of the system preference panel. The Network Preferences panel will open. Select "Built...
A: Windows 98/95 configuration:Click on your Start Menu then on Settings then Control panel. In your Control Panel double click on Network This will bring up your Network panel. Click on the Configuration tab then highlight your TCP/IP ethernet adapto...
A: ADSL set up instruction using a line splitter  Attach the phone line splitter to the wall.  Connect you phone line to the ADSL filter and connect the ADSL filter to the line splitter.  Connect the modem to the other free jack on splitter (ADSL modem ...
A: ADSL set up instruction using a pots filter  Fix the pots filter on the wall. You will find 3 sockets on the pots filter (Line, ATU MODEM and Phone). Connect the ADSL phone line to the Line socket. Then connect the ATU-R Modem Socket to the ADSL socket...
A: ADSL configuration for Windows 2000:Click on your Start Menu then on Settings then Control panel. In your Control Panel double click on Network and Dial up Connections. This will bring up a new folder with two icons in it- Make New Connection and L...
A: ADSL configuration for Windows Vista: 1.  Click on the Windows bottom(start) on your desktop.  2. Then Right click on “Network” and click on properties.  3. The Network and Sharing Center window will appear. 4. Click on Manage network connection...
A: ADSL configuration for Windows XP:From the start menu select control panel and then click on Network connections (Classical view) or Network and Internet connections then Network Connections (Category View. The network connections window should appea...
A: You can always change your plan. To alter your plan contact us at 604-473-9700 or email your request  to sales@smartt.com.
A: Yes. there are four plans available for your business. For further details please refer to Managed ADSL.
A: Yes, you are able to setup the connection yourself. To download the instructions please click on one of the links below:ADSL setup instruction-business ADSL setup instruction-business-include router ADSL setup instruction-residential
A: Yes, however, each PC will require an IP address. An alternative would be to install a Proxy device such as a Router or Fire Wall. SmarttNet provides managed Fire Wall Services, please call us or e-mail sales@smartt.com for more information.
A: Yes, all of our ADSL packages provide Static IP addresses.
A: The majority of telephone lines in Alberta and BC support an ADSL Internet connection to confirm whether or not ADSL is available in your area please contact our sales department at sales@smartt.com or by telephone at 604-473-9700. 
A: No, ADSL uses copper phone wires, if your phone lines use a fiber-optic connection ADSL will not work. Centrix, ISDN, or Inter-Connect lines are also incompatible with ADSL service. However, ADSL will work with your existing phone service and SmartTo...
A: To check your connection speed, click on the following  link: http://web.smartt.com/speedtest.aspx.  "Seattle server". When the test is complete you will see both a download and upload speed. This is an approximation of your connection spee...
A: To receive ADSL service, two ADSL modems are required, one on either end of a telephone line. One modem is located in your home, while the second modem is in the nearest telephone central office. These modems are permanently connected to provide "...
A: Unlike cable modem service that relies on a network shared by all cable subscribers, SmarttNet uses ADSL technology that provides an Internet connection through your telephone line providing you with a secure and dedicated network. Your SmarttNet ADSL ...
A: D-link Router Configuration: Open up your Internet Explorer browser and type in the following IP address in your address bar: 192.168.0.1 and click on GO. You will then be prompted for a username and password. The factory setting for this is usernam...
A: Linksys Router Configuration: Open a web browser (Internet Explorer) and in the address bar type in 192.168.1.1 and click on Go. A window will appear asking for a username and password. If you are accessing your router for the first time or have no c...
A: Netgear Router configuration: Open a web browser (Internet Explorer) and in the address bar type in 192.168.1.1 and click on Go. A window will appear asking for a username and password. If you are accessing your router for the first time or have not...
A: The major difference between the two protocols is the bandwidth (capacity) allocated to the downstream (download) and upstream (upload) channels. SDSL has higher upstream (upload) rates when compared to ADSL making SDSL more appropriate for individua...
A: There are number of reasons which may explain the reduced speed of your Internet connection. Some issues include: Your internal network, damaged cables and phone lines, viruses, unsecured wireless networks and file sharing programs. For the quickest ...
A: No, ADSL will not interfere with your phone service; you are able to use both simultaneously. Regular voice conversations use less than one percent of a telephone line’s capacity. ADSL technology uses the remaining 99 percent to transmit information ...
A: No, your ADSL connection is not shared with others. There are no line-ups or traffic jams with ADSL technology because each user has their own dedicated high-speed connection to SmarttNet. However, you may experience some variation in speed if you ha...
Setup ADSL for Siemens Gigaset SE567 Modem 1. Plug your phone line with ADSL into the modem. 2. Plug an ethernet cable into port 1 of your modem. 3. Please set up your static ip (give to you by SmarttNet) on your computer. Here is a quick guide: https://s...