Chapter 7 Lab

Chapter 7 Lab - Name: Class: CIS-103 Lab: Chapter 7 Using...

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Name: Class: CIS-103 Lab: Chapter 7 Using Windows XP, complete the following Projects: 1. Project 7-1 on page 369. 2. Click the Modems tab in the Phone and Modems Options dialogue box. If you do not have a Modem installed, Select “ add ” and click the box – don’t detect my modem . Select at least a 28.8K modem from the list and continue. Complete. 3. How many modems are installed in your computer and what models do they represent? Can you tell which port(s) the modem(s) are using? Communications cable between two computers; Parallel cable between two computers; Standard 300 bps Modem; Standard 1200 bps Modem; Standard 2400 bps Modem; Standard 9600 bps Modem; Standard 14400 bps Modem; Standard 19200 bps Modem; Standard 28800 bps Modem; Standard 33600 bps Modem; Standard 56000 bps Modem. The ports being used by the modems are COM1 and COM4. 5. Click the Modem tab. What is the tab value in the Maximum Port Speed box? Is it higher than the actual speed of the modem? How can you change the port speed? The tab value in the Maximum Port Speed box is 9600 bps. It is not higher than the actual speed of the modem, instead it is the same. By clicking on the Maximum Port Speed tab, it opens up and lists all the speeds that I can change it to. The range for the speeds start at 300 bps and go all the way up to 38400 bps. What type of test does the Diagnostics perform?
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2011 for the course CIS 103 taught by Professor Mrjones during the Spring '11 term at Athens Tech.

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Chapter 7 Lab - Name: Class: CIS-103 Lab: Chapter 7 Using...

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