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=='''Modems and Routers'''==
  
 
The equipment which connects to and forwards data from the Internet on to your home network.
 
The equipment which connects to and forwards data from the Internet on to your home network.
 
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ADSL routers contain a modem which converts digital signals from your PC/Network into analog signals that can be transmitted over telephone cable in the local loop and vice versa.
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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.
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ADSL routers contain a modem combined with a router (and usually a network switch) in one piece of equipment.
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=='''Modem Guides'''==
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Listed below is a selection of modem specific guides or tutorials held on the Kitz wiki:
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* [[Huawei HG612|How to configure a Huawei HG612 for an ADSL2+ connection]]
  
 
=='''Router Guides and Reviews'''==
 
=='''Router Guides and Reviews'''==

Revision as of 19:27, 14 July 2012

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 Guides

Listed below is a selection of modem specific guides or tutorials held on the Kitz wiki:

Router Guides and Reviews

Listed below is a selection of router specific reviews, guides or tutorials held in Kitz wiki:



The main site at kitz.co.uk also holds several tutorials on the following routers: