If you have a Router make sure that the DSL authentication set through the
Router (read the pages that I linked before).
If you are Not sure how the authentication (Password and ID) is done ask
your DSL Provider.
Then look at the Browser, and the DialUP connection (if there is one) in the
Network Center, and disable the dialUp.
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)
"Dima" <Dima@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Thanks Jack for your suggestion!
> My computer connects to the stand-alone adsl modem through Ethernet. Isn't
> it the same as a Router in this situation?
> "Jack (MVP-Networking)" wrote:
>> If you have DSL you are much better off using a Router even if you have
>> one connection.
>> The Router keeps the Connection alive, add security and provide more
>> Internet connection.
>> You can find a Router in ant store that sells computers for under $40.
>> Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)
>> "Dima" <Dima@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > Hello!
>> > How to make a "Connect automatically" check mark stay in a "Dial-up
>> > Connection" window? The "Connect to:" field is "ADSL".
>> > The check mark disappears after a hibernation or restart. I have to
>> > check
>> > the "Connect automatically" and click "Connect" every time after a
>> > hibernation or restart to resume the internet connection.
>> > Regards
>> > Dima