I got the splitter from bsnl too. When I got my connection, bsnl accidentally gave me the modem eventhough I had my own. So I used their modem for 2 months. After that I used my modem and airtel's splitter and it didn't work so I asked the bsnl technician to let me borrow the splitter for 15 days. After that I never gave it back to him and in june moved house. So I still have the splitter with me. The odd thing is that the frequencies used on this Huawei splitter is a little diff from airtel. Not sure if airtel is deviating from the norm or huawei(I'm guessing huawei) but it is a problem because the bsnl guys don't sell splitters separately. To get around this problem, I contacted huawei india's office in bangalore and gurgaon but they don't deal with customers directly. Frankly, huawei's equipment and implementation is kind of inferior to airtel's dsl. In airtel(and other normal dsl ISP's around the world), you can use the phone line BEFORE splitting, but not with bsnl.And lastly, I spoke with ebay guys 2-3 weeks back and they will be phasing out paisapay in 6 months and introducing paypal in India.
please ignore me for my lack of basic knowledge,
Can someone tell me what is this paypal and dns stuff being discussed here. These sound unfamiliar but I would like to know can anyone enlighten me on this.
Originally posted by [email protected] 2 2005, 12:11 AM
DNS=Domain Name Service; Paypal is an organization through which you can transfer money from one country to another (even inter country)
Splitters are available at lamington road it costs Rs 50 to 75 for the chinese model depending upon the dealeru can mail me at mailprax at yahoo.com for morewith courier it should not cost more than Rs 100u can run the adsl modem direct without a splitter splitter is needed before attaching a telephone - the splitter splits the signal to a lowpass signal for voice after which a telephone should be attached