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Hi all i want to connect to the internet without modem? is it possible?if it is possible how can i do it???? exucse me if this question isn't related to ...
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- 04-26-2010 #1
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- Apr 2010
connect to internet without modem
i want to connect to the internet without modem?
is it possible?if it is possible how can i do it????
exucse me if this question isn't related to this part....
thanks an advanced...
- 04-26-2010 #2
you cannot connect to the internet without a modem, unless you can connect to a network that has an internet connection, either wired or wireless
- 04-26-2010 #3
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- Apr 2010
does it means that i have to get information about using network in linux?
can everybody help me to solve this problem???
how can i confige a connection through network???
i'm new in linux but i think this question is for professionals!...
- 04-26-2010 #4
You'll need either a network name to connect to, for a wireless connection. And a password for it, if it's secured.
Depending on the network, you may also need the IP settings and other info.
Most likely, you may need to speak with whoever manages that particular network.
- 04-27-2010 #5
for most residential people, you will have a modem, cable modem, dsl modem, dialup modem, etc
if you don't have any of these, then you cannot expect to connect to the internet
what are you trying to accomplish?
- 04-28-2010 #6
Maybe if the OP might want to try a dial-up network. He can check if his phone service providers has this product. Then he can go to the net (snail pace though) without having a modem. Granting that his system is also prepared. In my humble opinion.nujinini
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- 04-28-2010 #7
It's technologically impossible to have a connection without some form of modem. That's the actual purpose of the device.
I know that you can tether a cell phone for Internet access (never tried it, though), and in that scenario the phone would be acting in the role of modem.
So even my idea above has a flaw in it... you leech off of some other service, and there is still a modem behind them
- 04-29-2010 #8