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Do Wireless Routers do Wired (Ethernet) Connections As Well?

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I am setting up my apartment with wireless internet and wish to cover the possibility that I may wish to change to a wired connection at a later stage. Hence the question above.
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Many wireless capable routers will have wired ethernet ports on them. Generally 4 or 5.

Your internet service provider may provide you with one of these units. CenturyLink and AT&T both use DSL modems with ethernet ports and wireless capabilities.

Attached is a current product at our favorite blue box store. Note that it tells you that it is dualband wireless with 4-port ethernet switch in the description.

You can find many brands with these capabilities. Netgear, DLink, Cisco, Belkin and many others are out there.

Hope this helps.
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by:Lior Karasenti
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Some have some don't, check in the back of the router if it got the 4 ethernet ports
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by:Nik
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Yes, of course.
Go for Netgear or Linksys routers that all should have at least 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports.
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Thanks for all the responses. They were all helpful but I'm going for the first comment, where I especially liked the tutorials.
Many thanks.
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