Sorry to post in Englih, since my Dutch is ot up to the mark, please excuse!
I live in Aalsmeer region near Amsterdam, and two weeks back I subscribed to Telfort internet. The modem came a week back and 4 days back I got an e-mail saying that my internet subscription has been activated.
The modem, however, never showed that DSL is alive (It shows in the modem config page as "VDSL DISCONNECTED". I had the modem connected to the wall socket with the 4 pin connecor which came with the modem.
For debugging the issue, I opened the box where telephone line terminates at my apartment and directly connected the "RED" and "BLUE" wires to the modem. The DSL wasn't coming up. In the phone cable, I noticed that there's one more pair of lines (White and Orange) . What are these? Is this just another pair of DSL lines that I should give a try?
Or is there ay other combination of these four wires (RED, BLUE, WHITE & ORANGE) which should be used? Please throw some light.
Thanks in advance!
Beste antwoord door ratheeshvenu
Thanks for fixing my internet connection! Today the technician came to my apartment just to say that the he has rectified the problem already - the wires from my apartment wasn't properly connected to the junction box outside.
Dank u wel !!!
One question - I have the Internet standard plan. Where can I get details about this plan, like what is the data limit (if any) and is there an FUP or not?