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Can I use a wireless router/modem intended to work with a PSTN line, with an ISDN one?

Posted on 2008-10-04
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Yesterday I bought a new laptop and, filled with excitement, I forgot to specify to the salesman at the store, that the wireless router/modem I needed in order to share my ADSL internet connection between my desktop and my laptop, should be compatible with the ISDN telephone line that I own.  Consequently, he proposed me the LevelOne WBR 3460A (PSTN) wireless router/modem instead of the 3460B (ISDN) version that I should have bought.

So, I was wondering if there is any way that I can still make a use out of it, without throwing it away...

Maybe there is an extension I could use or something?

Please help me if you know any possible solutions.

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:G-Mis
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Carol Chisholm earned 500 total points
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Not possible. PSTN is analog and ISDN is digital. Sell it on E-Bay?
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I guess so :(

Thanks for your quick reply.
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Why can't you return or exchange it?  It is not just your fault, sales people need to qualitfy the needs of their customer and sell them correct gear.
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Yeah, you 're right, I 'll give it a shot.
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