What Is a Dial up Connection and How Does It Work?


A Dial up Connection is a temporary, non-dedicated internet connection which is made by ordinary telephone lines through dialling an internet service provider's number. It is established by a modem which joins the computer to phone lines. When a user instigates a dial-up connection, the modem dials a phone number of an Internet Service Provider which then establishes the connection followed by several beeping and buzzing sounds.
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A dial up connection is a way of accessing internet through the use of a land line telephone which is then connected to your Internet service provider (ISP) then eventually connects you to the internet. For it to connect one has to make the physical connection between his or her computer to the telephone and click connect which will then call the ISP and your local computer will acquire a protocol address.
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