RJ11 to RJ45

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 Question by Gokul B posted 05 Jan 2006
 RJ11 to RJ45
hi,
i have a DSL modem and connected to my comp via a usb port and another port for Calls over the phone.
Now i want to connect an Wireless Router to the modem. The WL router has a RJ45 in and my modem does not have a rj45 out. how do i connect these two.
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 05 Jan 2006
Dear Gokul,

I have not seen a way to connect a DSL modem with a USB port only to a router. The only solution I can think of is to have your DSL provider exchange the modem with one that has an Ethernet port that would then connect to your router via the 'uplink' port. (They may also have available a combination DSL modem/router with wireless option) The router would connect to the computer via it's ethernet port (AKA NIC).

Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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