Open your internet browser and enter the IP address in the navigation bar.
Aztech modem is quite cheap compare to other modem brand. I have been using for my home and office broadband connection. Usually the default password will be stated in the manual sheet enclosed in the modem box.
In case you misplaced it, then this might help.
- IP Address: 192.168.1.1
- 1. Username: admin
- Password: blank
- 2. Username: admin
- Password: password
- 3. Username: admin
- Password: admin
Usually you can change the default user id and password to your own. This is important to stop other user or hacker to change it. So beware..especially when you use wireless network.
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What is Celcom Broadband Prepaid
Celcom Broadband Prepaid is like a normal 3G services that brings you a high speed mobile Internet access with no monthly commitment.So no montly bill in fact with Celcom Broadband, whether you’re at home or away, you get:
• The WIDEST and FASTEST Mobile Internet Service in Malaysia.
• Hassle free. No registration needed.
• Affordable. At only RM20 per week for Internet access with no ?xed monthly charges.
- Startup package is only RM 25
Note: Being a pure DATA service, Celcom Broadband PrepaidTM provides Internet access only. Other Services such as SMS, Voice and Video calls are blocked. Only SMS to short-code is allowed.
Your Celcom Broadband PrepaidTM SIM card comes pre-loaded with RM20 credit and an 8-digit Personal Unblocking Key (PUK). Just SMS to subscribe to any of our Daily or Weekly plans and you’re ready to get connected. Note: You can set a Personal Identi? cation Number (PIN) for added security.
How To Activate Celcom Broadband Prepaid
Before you start using your Celcom Broadband Prepaid SIM card for the ?rst time, you need to activate your SIM card.
To activate your SIM card:
The system will send a noti?cation message con?rming your activation status. Now your Celcom Broadband PrepaidTM SIM
card is ready for use. (more…)
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Packet One Networks Malaysia (P1) would like to give the oppurtinity to all wireless broadband online user to vote for its W1MAX service to be rolled out to their locations. But first of all you hav eto register with SPR dude ! hehe just kidding.
You can vote by surfing to www.p1.com.my. You can then drag and drop the name of your area into the preferred-sites box, or register a new area if it is not listed on the website. thestar
Since the launch of W1MAX last August, the service is now available in selected parts of the Klang Valley, Johor and Kedah.
Michael Lai, P1 CEO, said: “Our customers should be involved in the development of the company and our business, which is why we have come up with the voting feature on our website to speed up the roll-out process into the most popular areas.”
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Sony has introduced the DSC-G3 with a browser: This Wi-Fi enabled camera includes a browser, which Sony assures us makes it easy to gain access to hotspots. The camera includes access until 31-Jan-2012 to a special upload site via AT&T’s hotspot network, the Sony Easy Upload Home Page.
Because if there’s two things that digital photographers want, it’s another photograph/video upload interface to learn and configure, and the ability to type in user names and passwords into a tiny tiny tiny Web browser. Goodness knows, I’ve been waiting for that.
Sony joins the other Wi-Fi enabled camera makers in creating a problem where a solution exists: multiple companies (Boingo and Devicescape leap foremost to mind) have figured out how to uniquely identify devices and enable no-entry logins at hotspots through an external account.
But Sony gave us a browser. Hurrah.
The camera has 4 GB of built-in memory, and uses the increasingly less-standard Memory Stick format for additional storage. The 10-megapixel, 4x optical zoom camera with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens has a 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, and is available today for $500.
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Intel releases driver update to create simultaneous peer-to-peer Wi-Fi network and local area network connection: Intel started talking about its Cliffside project months ago, and EE Times reports that the silicon manipulator has released software for Centrino 2 laptops that allows simultaneous PAN (Personal Area Network) and LAN (Local Area Network) use.
PANs are used for gadgets and syncing: cameras, keyboards, printers, and such; LANs are used for network connections for file transfer, Internet access, and applications. Combining PAN and LAN into Wi-Fi without making a tradeoff is an interesting strategy, but it assumes that everything you’ll want to use in a PAN has Wi-Fi built in. Bluetooth still has an advantage of both chip size and power usage over even the most efficient Wi-Fi, and most compact Wi-Fi chipsets are now being sold as integrated packages with Bluetooth on board.
Eye-Fi to offer iPhone application: Eye-Fi will offer a free application that lets owners of its Secure Digital (SD) format Wi-Fi memory card to upload pictures from the iPhone to computers and online sharing services. Eye-Fi is also working on direct video-to-YouTube uploads from its memory card.
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