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Updating westell 6100

Log into the modem, from setup tab left click INTERNET SETUP.

For a few days, I accomplished that by physically switching my DSL modem’s Cat 5e cable between the two computers, but I quickly grew tired of having to disable and re-enable each computer’s network to get it to “see” the network each time I did that.

So, like I always do, I researched the heck out of my options, and found the best solution for me.

For your line the data rates are going to be very close to: Downstream Line Rate (Kbps): 17647 - and - Upstream Line Rate (Kbps): 1117 (These are the perfect case scenerios) ----- -zoiks...

Anyone who has a lot of experience with connecting more than one computer to a DSL connection may think that it’s an easy thing to do, but to people who have never done it before, the task can seem very complicated, confusing and difficult.

In all that time, I never had the need to have more than one computer connected to the Internet at the same time, so the single-port Westell 6100 DSL modem that came with my Verizon DSL service served me just fine.

However, now one of my part-time jobs has provided me with a new Dell laptop computer, and I find myself needing to go online with it.

This article explains the process in a way that even beginners can understand.