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Connecting EMTA to computer using wireless router


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#1 dusty19

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Posted 16 June 2009 - 12:55 PM

I have an desktop IBM type 2292 43U computer, os windows xp home sp3 with a wired network. Can I connect a EMTA modem using a wireless router to my desktop and still have connection to my wired network?

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Posted 16 June 2009 - 01:24 PM

"An EMTA is a cable modem and a VoIP adapter (MTA, Multimedia Terminal Adapter) bundled into a single device."

Yes, as long as you have devices necessary for interfacing with the router.

Just run the cable modem to the router, then connect network computers (wirelessly or wired) to the router.

Wireless routers also have wired connections, I'm using one right now for wired onnectivity, along with an EMTA.

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