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    Default how to find the modem i use is type 2 ??

    i applied for type 2 modem and BSNL provide with "Model : Nokia Siemens Residential Router 1600 "....

    the thing is that the customer care officials said we can simultaneously use broadband and voice calls.... but while browsing, if my landline rings (voice call), broadband connection is disconnected and i have to dial again...

    so i got a doubt, whether they mistakenly gave type 1 modem

    appearance of the modem :

    it has 10 green LED notifications as belom

    ""POWER : DSL : INTERNET : LAN1 : LAN2 :LAN3 : LAN4 : WLAN : LED WITH NO NAME: STATUS"" these LEDs are placed on blue plastic frontplate...

    (( Sorry i couldn't mail the picture ))
    ((Guess BSNL provides the same type n colour modems all over india))

    plz do reply

    thank u

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    type 1=> 1lan connection+ 0wifi
    type 2=> 1lan+ 1 wifi
    type 3 => 4lan +0 wifi
    type 4=> 4lan +1wifi

    your must be type 4 modem which costs Rs 1600. but nowadays, bsnl people are interchangeably using type 2 and type 4 modems so its one and the same thing.. dont look at the leds, look behind the modem, if there are 4 ports to connect ethernet cables(known as RJ 45 connectors), and one antenna kida thing, its a type 4/type 2 modem

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    1.Type II means you can use this modem in wired as well as in wireless connection.

    2.Check the Splitter as the picture has been posted here:

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...aken-hook.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbhawsar View Post
    type 1=> 1lan connection+ 0wifi
    type 2=> 1lan+ 1 wifi
    type 3 => 4lan +0 wifi
    type 4=> 4lan +1wifi

    your must be type 4 modem which costs Rs 1600. but nowadays, bsnl people are interchangeably using type 2 and type 4 modems so its one and the same thing.. dont look at the leds, look behind the modem, if there are 4 ports to connect ethernet cables(known as RJ 45 connectors), and one antenna kida thing, its a type 4/type 2 modem
    Ya ! it is as u said 4 ports to connect ethernet cables and one antenna

    thank you ! my doubt is clarified now
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbgupta View Post
    1.type ii means you can use this modem in wired as well as in wireless connection.

    2.check the splitter as the picture has been posted here:

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...aken-hook.html
    i saw the post and found a difference in my splitter model...

    But i guess the connections are properly given...

    Plz help me whether the splitter model i use is the right one... The pic of my splitter is here...
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    Splitter model is correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Splitter model is correct.

    HI dilip !

    the connections are also correctly given...(( as in the diagram u had given in the link )) http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...aken-hook.html

    what do you think the problem might be ??

    why the BB connection disconnects when my phone rings??
    [[Note :While setting up the connection i chose "Connect the BB connection that requires username and password"]]

    is there any solution for this ?? really disgusted when my download is broken

    plz help

    thank u

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    Splitter may be faulty. Ask BSNL personnel to replace the splitter. Make them correct it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Splitter may be faulty. Ask BSNL personnel to replace the splitter. Make them correct it for you.
    Thank u dilip !

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