Asianet Dataline Cable Broadband Modem WiFi Connectivity Issues

I have been using Asianet Cable broadband connection for more than a month without any issues. They provide Cisco DPC2320 Wireless Residential Gateway as modem and it has both routing and WiFi feature. Everything was fine but very recently I was facing connectivity problems on my computers which are connected to the Asianet WiFi network. I was a little disappointed while checking up for help tutorials because there is not much resources available. Perhaps I called at wrong time, whenever I called the technical support, it said either the user is busy or no one is picking the call. Fortunately I could fix the issues by myself without extra information. This tutorial tells the steps I have done to fix the Internet connectivity problems I faced with a normal guide about how to manage the Asianet Cable modem hassle free.

Asianet Broadband Hack To Improve Speed

  1. Login Asianet Cable Modem

    Logon IP address of Asianet Cable modem is and by default there is no username and password set on Cisco DPC2320. When you are prompted to enter the logon details, click Log In. You may be prompted to change the current password with a new password.

  2. Change Password

    To change the current log in password of Asianet cable modem, click Password Settings link.
    password change

    Leave the current password field blank for the first time entry and then type the new password. After this, click Apply.

  3. Change Login IP

    We can change the default Log In IP address of Cisco DPC2320 from IP Management page. Click on LAN IP Address Management link under Basic Settings.
    IP Management

  4. Change Asianet WiFi name

    You can change the current WiFi name set by Asianet from Basic page under wireless. Delete the current name set on Service Set Identifier (SSID) and type the new name. Now onwards it will be the name of your wireless network.

  5. Change WiFi Password

    To change the current wireless password on Asianet WiFi, click on Security link under Wireless. Here you can change the WPA Pre-Shared Key configured here. Just check the checkbox at show key to display the the password you entered. You cannot join the WiFi without providing this new Wireless key.

  6. Block Websites

    We can use the Parental Control feature on Asianet modem to block specified websites. To enable this feature go to User Setup under Parental Control.
    certain websites are blocked

    Procedure to block websites based on keywords as well as domain name;
    • Click on Setup from the top menu

    • Click on User Setup

    • Select the user (default if none configured )

    • Go back to setup and click basic rules

      Here you can enter the keywords or websites you want to block.

    In case if you are facing issues with accessing any websites in Asianet Internet connection, first place to check for the issue is Parental Control page. Any wrong settings on this page can deny your free access to World Wide Web.

  7. Check Devices Connected to modem

    If you are suspecting some unauthorized devices are accessing your Asianet cable Internet connection and stealing the bandwidth, you can simply find it by checking the CPE Connections under Status tab. You can monitor the devices currently connected to Cisco DPC2320. This feature helps you to identify the computers connected to the WiFi network by checking the MAC address. To check the currently active devices on Asianet Wireless network, click on Status tab.
    check intruder

    Under CPE Connections, you can see the devices currently connected to Cisco DPC modem. You can check their IP and MAC address as shown in the image.

  8. WiFi Connection Issues

    If you are facing WiFi connection issues with Asianet cable modem, follow the instructions provided in the link below.
    How to Troubleshoot Asianet WiFi Connection Issues

Useful Tips
  1. Create Invoice

    Dataline customers can automatically generate last invoice from their account. all you have to do is logon to the account and click My Invoice link.

  2. Check Internet usage

    You can check Asianet dataline broadband usage by visiting the link 'My Account' on the top of the window. You may access the same page by visiting the link below.

    You may be prompted to enter the username and password. Here you can see the plan you opt, IP address from Asianet, connection start time and end time, duration, upload data details and download data size, effective total data transfer etc. So if you want to know the total data usage, you may login to this page.

  3. You can change your current password from the same page by visiting the link 'Change Password' from the top menu.

  4. Customer Support

    If you want to visit  customer support page of dataline connection, visit the link below.

    Asianet Technical support number: 80860 11111

    For any kind of complaints regarding Asianet dataline connection like lower speed, frequent disconnection or billing issues either you visit the above link or try the phone number listed.

My Experience With Asianet Broadband

After paying the full amount in advance, I had to wait at least a week before getting the connection. They said it was due to the shortage of cable to my home from the nearest connection. I called them multiple times and after one week one technician came and activated the modem. Major problem I feel is, Asianet wants me keep one tab open by login in to their website whenever I want to go online. If I close the tab, Internet connection will be disconnected and I need to log on to their website again with the username and password provided by them. So far I am happy with the speed they provide but I must say I am not fully satisfied with their technical support. another disappointment is about Asianet modem lease agreement which I feel not so customer friendly. I really suggest a new user to read their modem lease agreement before applying for their service because I smell it really bad and my review will not be completed without specifying it.

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There Is No Hibernate Option In Shut down Menu On Windows 8 Desktop PC

If you are looking for Hibernate option in Start shutdown menu on Windows 8 and 7 PC, you may wonder, there won't be such an option.  It is because Hibernation is disabled on desktop computers running on Windows 7 and 8. Instead, there is another power mode named hybrid sleep is enabled by default. This is a special mode can be placed between sleep and hibernation mode.  Meanwhile, Hybrid Sleep is disabled on on laptops by default. This tutorial explains how to display hibernation option on Start shutdown menu on a Desktop PC having Windows 8 or 7. At the end of this guide, I have listed some differences between these two power modes. Look at the screenshot of shutdown menu on my computer. There is no hibernate option.
shutdown menu

How to Turn On Hibernation in Shutdown Menu

If you do not see hibernate option in shutdown menu, it is because hybrid sleep is enable by default. In order to enable hibernation, we must disable hybrid sleep first and then enable Hibernation. Steps are listed below.

1. Disable Hybrid Sleep

  1. Go to Control Panel

  2. Select view by Large Icon and click Power Options

  3. Click on Change plan settings under currently selected power plan
    Power Settings

  4. Click Change advanced power settings link
    advanced power

  5. Click on Sleep to expand and click allow hybrid sleep
    Power management

  6. Click the On link to select turn off

  7. Click Apply and save

2. Enable Hibernation

  1. Type cmd on Search

  2. Right click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator

  3. type the command powercfg -h on and press enter
    command prompt to enable hibernate

    This step will restore hiberfil.sys file on your PC.

  4. Now check whether you can see hibernate option in shutdown menu.

Differences Between Hibernation and Hybrid Sleep

Now let us check the differences between these two power modes and how they affect the system. It is not rare to see many users use these two terms interchange without knowing the difference. You can see a table below which explains the very basic differences between these two modes on a Windows computer.

       Hibernation                           Hybrid Sleep            
Designed For Laptops Designed For Desktop Computers
Turned On By default on Laptops Turned on By Default Desktop PC
Active data is Stored on hard disk and  turn off the laptop Active data is stored on memory as well as hard disk and put the PC in to low power state
System is in turned off state Though low power state, it consumes power to maintain RAM
Back to Power on slower compared to sleep Faster to back on compared to Hibernation

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