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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. It has only Ethernet port and one ISDN WAN port. You need something with an Ethernet WAN port and another Ethernet LAN port. Most DSL/Cable routers at your local electronics store are what you need.
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