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What is a tyte II router ? is this different than any other router

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    Jocelyn Viau May 11, 2010

    Do you mean Type 2 or really "tyte"? Can you give an example or a more detailed description of what you want to know or do with such device?

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Hi,

Type II routers are Wireless ADSL (Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line) Routers.They are used as routers for connecting to the Internet Wi-Fi.(i.e)You may also call them as modem.Type II routers links a DSL to ISP(Internet Service Provider).You cannot change most of the Configuration of the type II routers, you allowed to change only few configurations.

Example ::
>>Cisco 3620
>>UTSTARCOM WA3002-g1

The Other Router like Cisco 1800 series /2800/ 3800/ 7600/ Catalyst 6500 Series, they are all Higher Routers, where u can configure and Program them, for connecting a LAN/WAN/MAN.

I hope is answered your question!!! Any more clarification, plz reply me!!

Thank YOU

Riz

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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