DSL router

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 Question by Gokul B posted 06 Jan 2006
 DSL router
hi there,
1st thank u for settling the first issue...
Now i need to know whether i can use a W/L Router without using my DSLModem. I mean can i connect and creat a W/L network with using a RJ11 Wire which is given by my DSL provider.
If so which model W/LRouter do u suggest.
 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 08 Jan 2006
Dear Gokul,
If I understand you correctly, you want to use the DSL connection (RJ-11) with a wireless router but not using the DSL modem provided by the service provider. A manufacturer that makes these types of units is Westell, check out their VersaLink product.
You must check with your DSL service provider to see if this is acceptable for you to provide this equipment and verify that this model will work with their equipment, we can not verify this on this helpdesk. Here is a link to Westell

Joseph Golan, RCDD

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