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I am a very untechnical person and I bought a wireless G Router thinking I could connect it very simply and make my wired broadband wireless. Unfortunately the modem I have, which was sent to me by Virgin and is a Speed Touch modem, only has two connections at the back, one of which is fixed. Also it does not have a separate power power supply. What do I have to do to enable me to make my broadband connection wireless.

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  • margb Aug 16, 2008

    The modem is a speedtouch 330 model

  • Joe L.
    Joe L. May 11, 2010

    What is the model number of the SpeedTouch modem? (Model most likely located on the bottom of the modem.)

    I will be able to help if I can get more details about the modem you have from Virgin.

    Thanks...

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I'm thinking you have the ADSL modem supplied by Virgin with only the telephone line port and an USB port on the back that goes to the computer.

In the case above. You need to buy a wireless router with a USB port connection. Or something like a Linksys WAG54G which is an ADSL and wireless router all-in-one.

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  • Joe L.
    Joe L. Aug 16, 2008

    yup the above second paragraph is your best solution... need USB port connection on a wireless router or a all-in-one ASDL and wireless router unit.

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