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DSL Filter Installation Guide

Every device in your home that is plugged into a phone jack EXCEPT for your  DSL modem/router, requires a filter (sometimes referred to as a line conditioner). Filters keep the data signal for your Internet service and your telephone signal from interfering with each other, which can cause issues with both your telephone and Internet […]


Trouble Shooting Slow Connection Speed and “Drop” Issues

Slow speeds? Getting dropped while working online? Here is a basic trouble shooting check list to avoid and/or resolve these issues. Reboot Your DSL Modem/Router Locate the Power cord plugged into the back of your modem (usually a thin, black cable) With your modem powered on, pull the power cord out of the back of the modem […]


What is the difference between DSL and Cable connections?

DSL bandwidth can be guaranteed and is private, whereas cable modems work over a shared network and can be slowed down by the number of users sharing the network at any one time. Due to their shared environment, Cable modems are also more vulnerable to hacking. The telco network by design is much more reliable […]