BT Voyager 210 Internet Access

  randompunk 12:09 20 Apr 07
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I just bought an unlocked BT Voyager 210, I got on the internet via ethernet connection but this is not what I bought it for. I wanted it connected by usb and to be recognised as a modem. But when I connect and install it as usb it is known by my computer as a network device. Previously I have been using a Speedtouch 330, is it because the BT Voyager is a modem/router that I cant install it and use it the same way as my Speedtouch 330?

Any help would be fantastic,

Cheers, Lee

  randompunk 12:11 20 Apr 07

...Also is there much difference between an ethernet internet connection and usb internet connection.

  anskyber 12:12 20 Apr 07

Have you installed the USB drivers for that unit?

  anskyber 12:13 20 Apr 07

Drivers are here click here

  anskyber 12:16 20 Apr 07

Ethernet v USB click here

  randompunk 13:00 20 Apr 07

anskyber:

Thank you for your replies, I have installed the most up to date drivers for the modem and no joy, still installs as a network device. With regards to Ethernet, its seems to be more for networking and really I am just interested in general everyday use, with fast internet access via a modem.

My mum is with AOL and live in same area, has a bt voyager 110 I think. Her internet speed is roughly 7Mbps. I am with Demon with a Speedtouch 330 only on 4Mbps. I read that my modem is dated and probably not able to run any faster, I am on an upto 8Mbps service but don't know anyone else in my area with the same ISP so I cannot compare. Maybe I will borrow my mum's modem and see if it installs and is able to run on my computer. If not I may buy an unlocked modem same as hers, or consider changing my ISP.

Thanks for your help.

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