Section 6.11 Internet Connectivity
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a. You need to hang up.
b. You need to install and configure TCP/IP.
c. The ISP access number is incorrect.
d. You need to disable call waiting.
a. Always-on connection
b. Three control channels
c. Up to 24 data channels
d. One control channel
e. Dial-up connection
f. Two data Channels
Two data Channels
a. RJ-11 connectors
b. Analog modem
c. RG-6 cable
d. F-type connectors
e. Filters or splitters
Filters or splitters
a. Install a cellular USB adapter in a open port on the laptop.
b. Connect the cell phone to the PHONE port on the dialup modem in your office, and connect the laptop to the LINE port on the modem.
c. Connect your wireless access point to the cellular network with a USB dongle, then connect the laptop to the access point using an 802.11b/g/n connection.
d. Connect the laptop to the FJ-11 jack in your office.
a. The satellite dish must be pointed in the correct direction for communicating with the satellite.
b. The connection to your computer from the satellite modem may be RJ-11 or F-type.
c. You must have at the least one available phone line for data uploads.
d. The connection between the satellite modem and dish uses a USB cable and connector.
a. After the DSL router but before any computers
b. On connections leading to an analog phone
c. On all F-type connectors
d. On the connection leading to the DSL router
a. Cable modem
a. Wireless radio waves
b. Copper telephone wire
c. Infrared light waves
d. Fiber-optic cable
e. Cable TV coaxial cable
a. F-Type connectors
b. RJ-45 connectors
c. Cat5 UTP cable
d. RJ-11 connectors
e. Cat6 UTP cable
f. RG-6 coaxial cable
RG-6 coaxial cable
d. Cable modem
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