Modems and Routers
The equipment which connects to and forwards data from the Internet on to your home network.
Modems convert digital signals from your PC/Network into analog signals that can be transmitted over telephone cable in the local loop, and vice versa. In order to serve more than one computer, a modem needs to be connected to a router.
ADSL routers contain a modem combined with a router (and usually a network switch) in one piece of equipment.
Modem/Router Guides and Reviews
Listed below is a selection of modem/router specific reviews, guides or tutorials held on the Kitz wiki:
- Billion BiPac 7800N
- D Link DSL-2740B
- Huawei HG612 Home Gateway
- Netgear DG834GT
- TP-Link Archer VR900
- TP-Link TD-W9980
- How to use a Modem/Router's Telnet Interface
- Routers which have Broadcom DSL chipsets
- Setting up Xbox 360 access restriction by time schedule for Netgear modem/router
The main site at kitz.co.uk also holds several tutorials on the following modem/routers: