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Error 777 :The Connection Attempt failed due to Remote Computer Out of Order

For the last few weeks, I have been getting an error message "Error 777: The Connection attempt failed because the modem (or other connecting devices) on the remote computer is out of order" while connecting to the Internet. I use Huawei Access Manager to connect to the Internet because the modem provided by Tata Photon Plus is from Huawei. Mainly the issue occurs in the evening (that means the peak time) and the error message prompt me to either redial to connect to the Internet or cancel. Here I would like to share the major reasons of "Error 777: The Connection attempt failed" and its possible solutions. After a few attempts, I would be able to go online but in some worse cases, I waited hours to get rid of the error.

If you are not sure how this error message looks like, have a look at the screenshot provided below.



Reasons for Error 777: The Connection Attempt failed The possible reasons for "Error 777: The Connection attempt failed because the modem (or …

How IPv6 is Going to Affect Current Network Structure and Implementation

Many online organizations and companies participated in the World IPv6 Day held on June-08-2011 and it is considered as a success by many sources. Many experts claim IPv6 is mature enough to be implemented because no major issues happened on that day as many feared. So we can expect the implementation of this standard very soon and I would like to share some of my thoughts about IPv6 implementation. Personally, I love to see it in my network but the only problem I am facing is the complicated address format. However, this small issue is nothing compared to the big advantages IPversion6 bring.

Maybe we can forget the NAT after implementing IPversion6 in our network. It is because we do not need private IP addresses any more as no more deficiency of public IP addresses. It can provide more than enough number of IP addresses. Another feature is IPversion6 hosts can autoconfigure themselves while connecting to an IPversion6 network. So it reduces the importance of DHCP. IPv6 host autocon…