swiss$tony 20:44 04 Mar 04

Can someone help please?

I have a broadband connection via ntl and would like to set up a network between 2pc's, 1 with win2000 the other with win98se. I want to use an ethernet connection and believe I should use a router? not a switch. Looking at various routers from Novatech I see some are DSL and some are ADSL can someone explain the difference please.

I believe the type of router depends on the modem how can I tell whether the modem is DSL or ADSL.

This may be obvious to some of you but not to me

  ericmax 21:57 04 Mar 04

ADSL just means the upload and download speeds are different,and is probally what you need,you could always get an all in one unit.
click here

  swiss$tony 18:09 05 Mar 04


thanks for the info, just the job. Sorry for the slow reply

  SEASHANTY 23:34 05 Mar 04

Hardware guide ADSL Users and Cable/DSL users
click here

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