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How to use a ADSL2 Modem as a simple LAN switch or WIFI router?


Date: 24 Sep 2014    Group: Computers & Smart Devices    Category: Internet, Networking and Connectivity   

I recently switched from BSNL's DSL internet to Asianet's cable broadband. I have been using D-Link DSL-2750U Modem with Builtin WIFI. The ADSL2 modem seems to be incompatible with the Asianet's cable modem. How can I use my existing modem+router to use as a simple WIFI device? My basic requirement is, I want to use my existing modem as a Wifi router, without having to purchase another wireless router. Please help.

Do you want to use an ADSL2 modem as a wireless router or ethernet switch? Learn how to use your modem as a LAN switch.


Author: [Anonymous]    16 Feb 2015      Member Level: Gold     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

You need to configured your internet IP series in the ADSL2 modem and then it will be available as Wireless access point. The Internet IP of wi-fi router will be gateway of your mobile device or laptop or computer system. It will work easily. You need to ask your internet provider to do the IP settings for your wireless router (ADSL2) modem device.




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