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 Question by John Kim posted 27 Jul 2005
 Cable broadband router
Hello,

I am currently using DSL through comcast CABLE company and renting a router from them. However, I have my own a router that was used for telephone company DSL. Is there any way to convert cable jack to RJ11? If so, I do not have to rent the router and use my telephone router.

Thank you
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 28 Jul 2005
Dear John,

These are two differnt type of signals. Ther units are not overly expensive, typically $30-100 depending on features and options

Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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