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Run 2 DSL modems?

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#1 awwitsok


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Posted 15 July 2005 - 06:13 AM


Is it possible to run 2 dsl modems on the same phone line, with out having to disconnect one of them to give the other full access. And networking is not an option, as one is upstairs in an apartment, and the other is downstairs. I have had them on a network before, but, with my move I cannot run an Ethernet cord, either throughout the floor or walls. I have thought about going wireless, but that is rather expensive.
Thanks for any ideas.

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#2 Snapper


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Posted 15 July 2005 - 04:45 PM

no is not possible, unless you incurr the great expense of having your phone company set you up digital, where you can have several logical lines off 1 physical line. 802.11g router--69.99 and up,and a pci 802.11g w/s card is only-59.99 and up. that is not too bad for a one time fee. beats the hell outta the other alternative!!

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