Pipex Speedtouch Modem- No ethernet cable?

  buel 17:41 29 Jul 12
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Hi, Im trying to set up my friend's new computer. He has given me a Pipex homecall set up CD and a very small 'Speedtouch' modem that appears to have no ethernet cable with it, just a usb lead to the PC and a normal telephone cable? Is this right? Shouldn't it be a wireless router?

  onthelimit1 18:33 29 Jul 12

A modem connects by USB and a router by ethernet. Most ISPs provide a wireless router these days. Is this a new contract? Probably best to ring the ISP and ask for a free upgrade.

  KRONOS the First 18:47 29 Jul 12

Unless of course he is still on dial-up then the modem is all he will need.

  KRONOS the First 18:47 29 Jul 12

Unless of course he is still on dial-up then the modem is all he will need.

  KRONOS the First 18:49 29 Jul 12

This site is still working well, for some reason a double post.

  lotvic 18:50 29 Jul 12

Blimey, that's ancient.... my ISP sent me a proper router years ago to replace the USB Modem they had originally supplied about 15 years ago.

Tell him to get a proper router with ethernet connection. If he rings his ISP (Pipex?) they should send him one for free.

  lotvic 18:51 29 Jul 12

..unless of course, as per Chronus said twice, so I'll refrain :)

  Ventad 21:39 29 Jul 12

Pipex has now finished its now talktalk for home users. Finished November 2012 .

  Ventad 21:39 29 Jul 12

Pipex has now finished its now talktalk for home users. Finished November 2012 .

  Ventad 21:39 29 Jul 12

Pipex has now finished its now talktalk for home users. Finished November 2012 .

  Ventad 21:41 29 Jul 12

Talk about double posts how about triple. Is that a world record?

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