Pin Out A DB37 (RS422) For DB25 (RS232) Data Port On A Satellite Modem?
Aug 8, 2012
Is it possible to pin out a DB37 (RS422) for DB25 (RS232) data port on a Satellite Modem? The question more so is can 232 data be passed through a 422/449 TX/RX Data port to a PC via a satellite modem?
I bought a new Toshiba Satellite C660 laptop with Windows 7 on Sept 1st, and had no problems at first with the mobile broadband. However, on Monday 13th I noticed massive spikes in the data usage. After browsing the internet for around an hour I decided to check my usage randomly, and it was at 350mb!Since then, there's times when I don't even have my browser open and in the space of 5 minutes it will reach 150mb of usage. There's also times when it works absolutely perfectly for hours on end (including today, where it was working fine up until around an hour ago!) I phoned the mobile broadband company twice last week, the first time the person told me that it was a computer issue and to go to an IT repair place.
So after sending him screencaps of Windows task manager processes/applications/network he can't see anything that could be doing it. He advised me to do a full antivirus scan, and full malwarebytes and ad aware scans and they've all come up clean.The second time I phoned the broadband company, they told me that there were some wrong settings, and that they've been changed now but if I have any more problems to ring customer care again.So after seeing an offer with a different mobile broadband provider, I decided to buy a new broadband stick and change networks in hoping that would solve the problem.... it didn't.
So there's definitely something about the new laptop that's causing the data usage to spike I don't use any torrent programs, and haven't been watching youtube videos constantly or trying to stream online, like I said there's been times where I don't even have Google Chrome open and it's using up all my data! I don't use Skype or anything like that either (to be honest I have barely any programs on this new laptop)I've turned off all the automatic updates for as many programs as I think can have them. Ii's definitely improved a bit though, but there are still times (like around an hour ago) that the data usage starts spiking randomly.
My new housemate from France has arrived and was going to connect wirelessly to my network. But when he clicks to join the network we are waiting for like 30 mins for the computer to connect. Then when we change the settings for WPA, it doesn't accept the WPA key. We've tried everything and dont know what we might be doing wrong or what settings. He has a Toshiba Satellite and Windows XP.
I want to connect my satellite receiver to my modem through Ethernet cables. First connect the modem to Ethernet outlet using standard small Ethernet cable.connect Ethernet outlet A to outlet B using Ethernet cable inside the wall.connect outlet B to the receiver using standard small Ethernet cable.I want to know how I make the connection in outlet A and outlet B to make this work.
I have a cisco 2610 router connected to satellite modem (CDM-600). Cisco has NM-2W module with WIC-2T card, one port of this card is connected to modem via CAB-SS-530MT=, chassis WIC slot is filled with 2MFT-E1. Everything works fine for several hours. Then serial interface (connected to modem) goes down, and never comes up. I see following messages in the log. [code]
Region : Argentina Model : TL-WR1043ND Hardware Version : v1
my router is dead after my try of dd-wrt. it just flush 4 led and not respond. can i restore it connected rs232 or jtag? of cause know that it is not warranty at all, just need some diagram or something.
I'm using Cisco 2100 cable modem. It worked fine until some time later where the Data Send & Receive LED's stopped blinking. A man came to check if the cable was the problem by replacing it, but it wasn't. He claims it might be related to the laptop. I have tried several times restarting it. (I'm using mobile broadband) I would really like fast rather than slow internet ( I was limited so now it's slow but free)
So I have a really neat computer sitting here, 2500K, P8z68-v, samsung 830 64gb ssd, corsair vengeance 16gb, deskstar hdd, firepro v5800
I have a non-descript trendnet 56K v.92 dial up modem installed to pci slot1 on my mobo.The phone company says they can't get a quicker connection than 31.2 Kbps established to dial up users in this area.The real issue is the data transfer rate.I have seen it reach as high as 6.xx Kbps but generally hovers around 2.5 Kbps.Now it is down to 1.xx Kbps and I took the last 48 hours downloading all the updates for windows and several other updates for hard ware etc.Now I need the ATI firepro update and 114 Mb will take over 16 hours at my average speed, and some 32 hours at the new slower speed
We want to multicast several serial ports over the WAN/LAN network.In few words what we need to do is transport is several serial ports, is like a RS-485 network but in this case via IP.I do some similar to transport 4E&M lines with great results but I don't know how to start to do the same but with the Serial ports.
is it possible to connect the wan port of a cable modem to a lan port of the home network? the reason is, i need some wifi access and more ports to my wired network, and the most reasonable solution would be a cable modem router with wifi and 4 ports just plugged into one of my routers.
We have a quad port NIC on our Dell server.I want to take all 4 ports and plug it into our switch and have it all go to the same IP of the server and just have to share the data load in/out.Do I need to configure anything to do this?
Recently I faced 1 issue in MLS 6509.MLS had all Gig modules in slots 6,7,8 taking System detected CRC error rate on port ASIC data bus exceed fatal threshold, ("System detected CRC error rate on port ASIC data bus exceed fatal threshold".) causing the module reset by the SUP. After this active SUP causing it to failover the standby. This process was continuing every few minutes resulting in the SUPs on MLS rolling.what could be the issue for Sup rolling reset?
We are trying to config vlan 10 for data and vlan 20 for voice on the same port - port 1 of swtich SF300-24P to run both data and voice on different vlans.Do I have to add vlan 10 as an untagged vlan to port 1 and add vlan 20 as an tagged vlan to port 1?If I do not want to assign the native vlan 1 to port 1, how can I remove it ? The GUI page - assign VLAN to port does not allow to remove it.Aslo, what mode shall I set up on port 1? General, trunk or access ?
i have a DSL-2730U WIRELESS N 150 ADSL2+ 4-PORT ROUTER which i have been using for the past 2 months.It was working fine,but since the last 5 days when i plug the lan wire into the PC port, nothing happens...it doesn't get recognized..the green light in the port is always glowing..i've tried another cable..same problem...i've tried it on another laptop..it works FINE....
serial modem US robatics 5686G is not detected on windows server on serial port com1. i tried to restart the server . turn the modem on and off disable the com1 port reenable it again . update the firmware of modem on different workstation and connect it back to server ( couse it's working on another workstation so it's not the modem) i really don't know what to do is there a trick for this like in registry or somthing in mouse settings that mouse could actully detected on com1 and don't let the modem to show up on device manager? by the way modem cable is serial cable i tried to change the cable as well non of my ways works?
I have an issue/doubt regarding the configuration of a modem + router. The modem is a netopia-3000 (who care ) and the router is a netgear WGR614V9, The first has the address 192.168.1.1, the second 192.168.0.1 My pc in dhcp take the address from the router (192.168.0.x) and internet work, but if I set the ip manually 192.168.1.x it stop to work, why?
I have ATT u-verse currently and it connected to a router but I am going to need several more gigabit ports so I wanted to get an 8 port gigabit switch. I would plan on running a cable from my U-Verse modem to my router then to my switch giving me wireless and 8 gigabit ports. Would that work? I've never done this before so I wasn't sure if I was missing something or not.
My roommate and I have High speed cable internet and the modem is set up in his room. I bought a n600 belkin router and a usb wireless adapter so my computer in my room will get internet. Only problem is there is only one ethernet port on the modem that the internet provider gave us and of course that is taken up by his computer. How do I hook up the router to the modem and get all this to work so I can get on the internet as soon as possible?
Can't port forward port 25565 for Minecraft server via Hamachi. I checked on Open Port Check Tool - Test Port Forwarding on Your Router and GRC*|*Port Authority, for Internet Port 80** both says theyre closed.
I dont know if I need to open firewall or any **** like that, because Im a beginner at networks, so.. That's how it looks like for now: Image - TinyPic - Free Image Hosting, Photo Sharing & Video Hosting
I'm trying to forward ports for game connections. For this particular game, I'm trying to forward port 7777My ports aren't forwarding according to: Open Port Check Tool - Test Port Forwarding on Your Router and Open Port Check Tool[CODE]
I have a cisco 1941 ISR router and I am trying to configure a router to allow a modem for Offband or Out of band access.Below is the configuration on Aux port on Line (n): [code] I have US Robotics 56k Faxmodem which is connected to aux port of router and I am using USB dialup modem with my laptop to dailin to the router which is connected to a US Robotics Faxmodem. Then I have accessed my USB dialup modem throught HyperTerminal and I can issue all at commands and to dialin to the modem I have used the following commandatdt91401111 1111 (atdt followed by country code, area code and landline number)Once I issue the above command it give me message Connected and after this I just get a flashing cursor. I cannot do anything nor will it display a username login prompt.
Our small business just moved into a new building and I am in charge of setting up the network infrastructure. I am not new to computers or networking but I have never had to deal with this set up before.
Our current set up.We have a cable modem from comcast that has the Coax cable connected to it.The modem has 4 ports on it. The ports are connected to a built in 24 port switch that was already in the building. The switch has it's ports connected to outlets in the walls. Currently we have 4 computers on our network and since the cable modem had 4 ports it worked fine.
What we need? We will have another person join our office so I will need to activate one additional port on the switch that already exists. However, since all 4 ports on the modem are already taken, I have no way to add an additional port. They also want us to get wifi in the building.How I think I have to solve the problem (most likely wrong).I have to get another switch (like 8 port) and connect the cable modem to the switch using a cross over cable (if there is no designated internet port). Since I have the modem connected to the switch, I will have to move the 3 remaining connections to the switch.
Then I connect the 4 remaining ports on the switch to the existing 24-port switch that is already there. I will use one of the outlets in the building to connect an AP for Wi-Fi for better signal. Currently the modem and switches are hidden in a closet away from the office space and would mess up the signal.