Question about Computers & Internet
I currently have internet access via Time Warner/cable. I also have a 2WIRE wireless modem. I would like to connect the 2Wire wireless modem to the cable router and gain wireless and well as wired access. Is this possible?
Not possible, since the "input" to the 2WIRE modem is a 4-wire telephone-line, not an 8-wire Ethernet cable.
Instead, spend about $40 to buy a D-Link Wireless G modem, and connect its WAN port to the cable-modem, and connect up to 4 Ethernet cables to "wired" computers, and configure the "wireless" component of the D-Link router.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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