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What wireless is compatable with RCA DCM425 Digital cable Modem

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Any wireless router would be compatible with your RCA modem. Just make sure to connect the ethernet cable from your modem to the correct port on your router (usually the yellow port, maked "modem" or "internet") and that your RCA modem is online (4 green lights - press the internet on/off switch if otherwise)

This way you're making sure that your wireless router is correctly facilitating your internet service.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 29, 2011

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