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Dear Sir,

Le Me know step by step as per my questions.


1. cani use DSL connection with my ADSL Modem ?
2. How can i open port 69 if this was blocked ( windows 98, Windows XP both )?
3. i have 4 lan ports in my ADSL Modem ( Lan1, Lan2, Lan3, Lan4 )
if i want to use budgetone voip device or cisco ata 186 device or any other broadband device with my ADSL Modem
how can i connect these device with my ADSL modem?

4. can i connect simply in any of 4 Lan ports?
5. is there any other way to connect these devices with my ADSL modem ?
6. for using voip devices with my ADSL modem, is there any special settings for windows98 and windows XP ?

Immediate Reply Needed

Thank you in advance
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PennGwynCommented:
> 1. cani use DSL connection with my ADSL Modem ?

Maybe.  Your DSL provider can tell you for sure.

> 2. How can i open port 69 if this was blocked ( windows 98, Windows XP both )?

TCP or UDP?  Trick question -- although both are reserved for TFTP, as far as I know it only ever uses UDP.  Not generally something you'd want open to the Internet.  In XP, port filtering is an advanced setup under TCP/IP; I don't think 98 included such a feature.

> 3. i have 4 lan ports in my ADSL Modem ( Lan1, Lan2, Lan3, Lan4 )
> if i want to use budgetone voip device or cisco ata 186 device or any other broadband device
> with my ADSL Modem
> how can i connect these device with my ADSL modem?

These are not broadband ports, they're Ethernet ports.  Things that properly warrant the name "broadband device" won't work in them.  But I expect most VOIP devices actually expect to talk Ethernet to a broadband "modem".

> 4. can i connect simply in any of 4 Lan ports?

With an Ethernet device, yes.

> 5. is there any other way to connect these devices with my ADSL modem ?

Probably not.

> 6. for using voip devices with my ADSL modem, is there any special settings for windows98
> and windows XP ?

I wouldn't think so.
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