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    using a sky router on another service

    This is a discussion on using a sky router on another service within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hello, is it possible to use my "old" sky router on a non sky broadband isp and can it handle ...

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      using a sky router on another service

      Hello,
      is it possible to use my "old" sky router on a non sky broadband isp and can it handle adsl2(its a new netgear model) ?

      Many thanks,
      steve


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      Re: using a sky router on another service

      You'd need to flash it with a compatible firmware, the black sky netgear is based on the dg834g V3 :- ::. Kitz - Sky router DG934G .::

      I think the recovery utility may not be Vista or Windows 7 compatible, so it would probably be advisable to use a PC running XP,

     

     

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