Broadband Tester

  The Learner 10:35 01 Apr 09
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Is there a device on the market that you can plug in to the telephone network terminating point that will indicate if the ADSL is active or not? I have a friend who is rucking with their supplier who says it is working and my friend thinks not.

  AlouetteIII 10:37 01 Apr 09

I would call that device a computer!

  Graphicool1 10:51 01 Apr 09

We need to know who the supplier is.

  The Learner 11:11 01 Apr 09

Thanks Graphicool. The supplier is BT but is there not anything that indicates that an ADSL sinal is being received whatever the supplier? Just a fast, first intial test in the event of problems.

  isca2 11:18 01 Apr 09

My router shows if connected or not. What about your router ? Also use one of the many ADSL speed check programs out there. Search on Google.

  Graphicool1 12:13 01 Apr 09

Send him here click here

  MAJ 12:15 01 Apr 09

Just plug a 'wireless modem router' or an adsl modem into the phoneline, if the adsl light remains on and steady (not flashing), then the line is active. The adsl modem will also need to be also plugged into the computer.

  Graphicool1 12:21 01 Apr 09

click here

or

click here

He may need to have Java installed to run them though. If he hasn't click here

  howard64 12:24 01 Apr 09

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