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Belkin Wireless-N Wireless Router with 4-Port Switch F5D8233-4

For this router, is the LAN connection different from what is used in most households? I ask because most of the other routers say "Wireless" under the LAN heading, but this Belkin only says "Ethernet." Does this mean it won't work with the normal Time Warner-type cable setup?

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It will work just fine, I had the same info display when I was w/ Time warner.

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