andremangan at gmail.com
Sat Mar 28 06:27:35 GMT 2009
2009/3/28 db <db.pub.mail at gmail.com>
> 3g / next g / wimax doesn't reach you ?
> 2009/3/28 Andre Mangan <andremangan at gmail.com>:
> > 2009/3/28 squareyes <squareyes at internode.on.net>
> >> Hi all,
> >> am about to at last dive into broadband, unfortunately has to be
> >> satellite.
> >> I can setup a dialup connection in my sleep, first time with broadband
> >> so a new learning curve.
> >> My query , I intend to connect 2 machines via a hard wired router, would
> >> I be correct that they are "plug and play"?
> >> and are there any I should stay away from, and are there any problems I
> >> may encounter?.
> >> Many thanks in advance.
> >> Take Care
> >> Winton
> > Hello Winton,
> > Since you are with Internode, why not use the routers that they
> > They are a little more expensive than if you were to buy any of them from
> > another source but they do come to you fully configured with your account
> > details as well as a warranty. The warranty means that if you were to
> > suffer damage to your router, all you have to do is to phone Internode
> > they will send you a replacement including a bag to return the damaged
> > item. That seems pretty decent of them.
> > Another advantage is that if you were to use their Nodephone service the
> > router is VoIP capable.
> > Connecting two machines is not a problem, there are four sockets and of
> > course there is WiFi as well. Yes, they are "plug and play".
> > My experience with routers is limited but I can tell you that if you have
> > Siemens router you will be able to fry an egg on it.
> > The Billion 7401 looks like it would do the job nicely.
> > Andre
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