How do I identify my DSL modem?

How do I identify my DSL modem?

Identifying your Devices by ports A “modem-only” DSL Modem usually has one port for your DSL telephone wire, one ethernet port and one power connector. A “modem-only” Cable Modem usually has one threaded F-connector for your cable connection, one ethernet port and one power connector.

How do I connect my pace router?

How to connect Pace 4111 to a router

  1. Go to your gateway settings.
  2. Select Settings > Broadband > Link Configuration.
  3. In the Routing section, uncheck the box labeled Enable and select Save.
  4. Reboot the modem.

How do I find my modem gateway address?

How to find the IP address of your router using Windows

  1. Right-click the Windows icon in the bottom-left of your screen, and select “Command Prompt.”
  2. In the Command Prompt window, type “IPCONFIG” and press Enter.
  3. Find the “Default Gateway” section. The number listed here is your router’s IP address.

What does DSL stand for?

Digital Subscriber Line
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) A technology for high-speed network or Internet access over voice lines.

Can I use my own router with Hawaiian Telcom?

Hawaiian Telcom does not prohibit the use of lawful, non-harmful, third-party supplied modems, routers, or gateways on the Hawaiian Telcom copper, or fiber cable networks.

What is the IP address for Pace router?

1.1. The modem interface can be accessed through a browser by surfing to http://gateway.sonic.net (or http://192.168.42.1).

Can I use my own equipment with Sonic?

Fusion & Legacy DSL Customers Sonic provides equipment rental options to ensure best service performance, support capabilities and Wi-Fi coverage. Customers who wish to use their own equipment may do so, but please note that this equipment cannot be supported by Sonic customer support.

Do I need a modem with Sonic?

Your fiber connection will not require a modem, sonic will install an optical network terminal or ONT. This will convert the fiber cable from the exterior transition box to an RJ-45 cable (a basic Ethernet cable such as you currently use to connect wired devices to your router).