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    Wireless Router to Modem

    This is a discussion on Wireless Router to Modem within the Asking for help forums, part of the Broadband Technical Help category; I need to change to a Ethernet Modem from the netgear wireless router supplied by Sky when I took on ...

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      Wireless Router to Modem

      I need to change to a Ethernet Modem from the netgear wireless router supplied by Sky when I took on the broadband.

      I have a D-Link 320T and I have got my Sky username and password.

      What do I need to do next?

      Any help would be really usefull.


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      Re: Wireless Router to Modem

      Why do you need to change ?
      the sky one works better with ethernet

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      Re: Wireless Router to Modem

      An area on the web (Client driven) will not allow me to go through firewalls with a router and the solution is an ethernet modem.

      Will only run the modem when operating this way and switch back when I need to.

     

     

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