BSNL Broadband: Need Help:port-forwarding Via Netgear Wireless Rtr & Ut 300r2u

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Nice to know that things worked out.

QUOTE(jackrabbit @ Jan 11 2007, 08:29 PM) [snapback]74662[/snapback]
But i got one more query
We have two options in bridge mode for ut300r2u connection, one having LLC and the other Vc Mux. Presently i have choosen LLC. But what is the difference between these two,[/b]

No idea, your best option probably is to search google for this.


QUOTE(jackrabbit @ Jan 11 2007, 08:29 PM) [snapback]74662[/snapback]
and do you anyway where i can increase the speed of broadband, by some tweaks(not by caching softwares).[/b]

NO idea here either. You see, I am not much of a Windows guy (I assume you are using Windows). Again, google could be your best bet.
 
Hi,So it means that either ur a linux or a mac guy. If you are a linux guy, then I have come to the right person.I have a PC which has nVidia chipset, Asus AM2 motherboard, nvidia in built grpahics card and i have added 7600 GT nVidia GPU and a SATA hard drive. can you please tell me, which linux distro will be the best to install. i was tryin to install RHL 9.0 after partioning, but it always says Hard dirve not found...and even i tried to install Mac but of no use. it hangs after some instalation steps.but im more intrested in Linux....see if you could help me out.regds,kirty
 
QUOTE(jackrabbit @ Jan 12 2007, 10:03 AM) [snapback]74742[/snapback]
Hi,
So it means that either ur a linux or a mac guy. If you are a linux guy, then I have come to the right person.
I have a PC which has nVidia chipset, Asus AM2 motherboard, nvidia in built grpahics card and i have added 7600 GT nVidia GPU and a SATA hard drive. can you please tell me, which linux distro will be the best to install.[/b]

Try these (listed in the order of preference):
1. Ubuntu (the current version is Edgy): http://www.ubuntu.com/
2. Fedora Core 6 (you tried RH9.0?? That's way *too* old): http://fedora.redhat.com/
3. Debian (Etch version, also called Testing version) using the net install CD for your processor: http://www.us.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/

I think you will be happy with Ubuntu. My brother installed it on the PC we use for BSNL connection, it has an AMD64 processor. I have a friend who installed it on a Pentium based motherboard which has a SATA drive. In both cases, the installation went smoothly. Try it, you will love it.

The others are just in case you wanted to try alternatives.

Good luck.
 
jackrabbit, i'll reply to ur email here itself.

VC/Mux or LLC doesnt matter..u can chose either and it wont affect u in any way.

There is currently no way to increase the speed of a DSL connection. U will only get the speed u are synced at.

As far as torrents are concerned, forwarding the listening port of the torrent client to the WAN should be enuff. Torrents depend on seeders and if u want higher speeds use private trackers.
 

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