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Bsnl broadband multiuser configuration -through adsl modem of utstarcom -ut300r2

Discussion in 'Networking' started by pdmdl, Jan 6, 2013.

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  1. pdmdl

    pdmdl Thread Starter

    Jun 16, 2006

    MODEM (UT300R2) of UTSTARCOM for connecting BSNL Broadband.

    While configuring for Single User successfully ,all sites connect
    comfortably, but, when I do successful configuration for Multiuser,a
    few sites like -- any of the Yahoo or Yahoomail sites and
    niftysignals.com --- fail to get connected, and ,showing error as
    "Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): The connection was reset".

    I had taken up this issue with Yahoo, who told this is a problem to
    be resolved by the service provider.The service provider being BSNL,
    when I took up with them,they have also been unable to resolve this.

    But, surprisingly, this was not such,about 2 years ago, when all
    the yahoo sites were opening easily , under Multi Users
    Configuration too.

    My PC is pentium IV ,with 1GB Memory, and Windows XP with service
    pack2 installed.The browsers used are IE6 and Google Chrome.I have
    also tried by removing Fire Wall and AVG Antivirus software ,but to
    no positive result.

    Kindly, help me resolving this issue and if any suggestion,please
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    pdmdl (Prabhat)
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