"you Have To Use The Router Supplied By Sky To Connect!"
This is a discussion on "you Have To Use The Router Supplied By Sky To Connect!" within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Originally Posted by NewsreadeR Personnally I would allow that if I was Sky, if it was for hosting a website ...
- 13-10-06, 12:53 PM #21
Our internet is personal use, it is paid for personally and not claimed in any business accounts. I am employed not self employed. I work from home as my employer is small and to fund an office and all that entails is too costly at this stage, although we are looking at options for the future. I also work from home for personal reasons.. it means I am able to do the school run and I do not have to rely on anyone else to take care of my child! To class us as a business user would be wrong, we do not download masses of files and there is only little old me sat at the PC carrying out my job, I maybe use the internet for about 3 hours a day for business use. My partner and I use it for about 5 hours on 2 PCs of an evening!
- 13-10-06, 12:57 PM #22Exchange: Marshalls CrossBroadband ISP: Sky Broadband UnlimitedRouter: Sagem F@ST 2504nSky TV: Sky+HD box
To class us as a business user would be wrong, we do not download masses of files and there is only little old me sat at the PC carrying out my job
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Personnally I cannot see any harm with what you doing or using it for what you are wanting and so I don't really think it would be an issue with Sky. I just wish,
1) They sort your connection out and quickly
2) Make sure when they accept applications for BB that they check that you have read the T and C's or do not allow you to sign up. That way evryone knows where they stand.
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- 13-10-06, 01:12 PM #23
does anyone know if its possible to extend the range of the netword using another router?
hopefully my £100 apple airport express router that might be useless now...
- 13-10-06, 02:41 PM #24
One of the network connections from your main router is "Lost" as it is used to feed the cable/ethernet router so the net gain is three new network connections.John..