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do I have adsl
When I buzzed out of the hive I heard say...
"Chris Buckley" wrote in message
On Thu, 3 Jul 2003 17:08:41 +0100 and in article [email protected]
65688.news.dfncis.de, Stuart said...
The point remains though. Your synch light will remain constant.
indicates your modem/router has locked onto the DSL signal.
Others are constant and blink when
I would ask you give me one example of this.
Well the little green led on my Dlink-504 is blinking right now. So if you
read this you are definitely wrong. If you don't you might just be right ;-)
Mine blinks to show data transfer
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