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Hi all

I can buy a cheap cisco router 700 series router. it says its a isdn modem what i want to know is
can you use the router without isdn as i have broadband.

thanks davey
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No, you'll most likely need a router with two ethernet interfaces.  One connects to the DSL modem or Cable modem and the other connects to your LAN.  If you have DSL and your ISP doesn't supply the DSL modem, you can get a router with a built in DSL interface.  Look at the 800 series routers or the many SOHO (Linksys, Netgear, etc...) routers.
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