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how you connect to net
i saw two ways for net connection in two different countries i lived in .
the first way is throgh the phone line .. i.e you have a phone line socket in the wall ... that socket accepts RJ 11 , connecting the wire b/w phone device and socket will run the phone .
in net .. a splitter that splittes the RJ11 line comes from wall is used to produce to lines , one for phone and the other being for modem .
a connection is also set b/w modem and PC i.e through the use of ethernet wire or RJ 45 .
another way is that an RJ45 comes from out of home surely from ISP and person just has to connect that to his PC or use modem if he wishes wireless communication .
describe your connection and what are the diffrences b/w the above methods ?
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