Unlimited Broadband Which Adapter To Use ?

MR KHAN

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Today i submitted form for BSNL Internet boradband Service (unlimited) now which adapter i must purchase ? or shall i go with the one adapters BSNL will be providing ?I was suggested to purchase D-Link 502T or Adsl Compatible.Please give me your suggestions and tell me which modem router will be best to use with different internet services.I also need wireless modem suggestions.
 

max

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go with whatever modem they give. For the wireless router purchase Linksys WRT54G or Netgear WGR614
 

akash

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i say got for dlink 502tif u need wireless than only go for it.
 


LoneCrusader

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Well i would go with akash on that...i have a Dlink DSL - 502T model myself. Its cool and hasent been a hastle much....though having a router has some cons..as for instance i cant get a direct ip connection to a friend's pc, even my limewire screams that i cant connect to a direct IP cause i am behind a router.Too much hastle to go through for that....otherwise its just fine.
 

netfreak

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Get wireless modem from BSNL.That ways they can never say that "Hamara net chal raha hai, Aapke modem faulty hai".
 


gb_baran

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I think you can even make an omlete on a Type I modem after using it for an hour.It gets heated up very easily. But I am having a Type IV modem... If you are not opting for wireless then I suggest you a Type III modem. But then the cost of Type IV is just 200rs higher than Type III!!!
 

MR KHAN

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linksys wireless is also a modem, right ? once i purchase bsnl broadband connection what do i require ? if modem then which wireless to choose ?please tell in details,,,,newbie.
 

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QUOTE(gb_baran @ May 10 2006, 07:29 PM) [snapback]50864[/snapback]
I think you can even make an omlete on a Type I modem after using it for an hour.It gets heated up very easily. But I am having a Type IV modem... If you are not opting for wireless then I suggest you a Type III modem. But then the cost of Type IV is just 200rs higher than Type III!!!
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What is the difference between Type I,II,III, IV modems... ?
 

netfreak

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I think one of these (probably type 4) is a WiFi device as well. One of these is a USB only.