Although competing models with a screen showing you signal strength and battery life do exist, NetComm’s “MyZone Pocket 3G Router” is the slimmest and most capable 3.5G Wi-Fi router on the market, giving Wi-Fi access to all your gadgets when on the go – whether you’re at home, interstate or overseas.
I want to get an adsl 1 internal pci modem card for my home server. Netcomm's NB100 seems to be the most readily available. Does anyone know if there are ubuntu drivers for it? If not can you suggest a card that does and is easy to get a hold of?
I have ADSL2 Modem which I got from my service provider, now I want to setup wireless(Wi-Fi) in my home. I went to shop, where I came to know that there are routers which come up with modem also but they are priced lil higher than the only wi-fi routers. Now it is obvious that I should go for only wi-fi one, as I already have modem.
I just bought a new DSL modem and I'm trying to set it up optimally for my small home network. There are a few computers and smartphones which access the router which handles ethernet and Wi-Fi, then the router goes to the modem which does the PPPoA connection.
The modem does have some router features which I'd like to minimize.
I'm currently on ATT UVerse with there combo modem/router and i'm planning on using my own router in bridge mode. My question, can I still use all the 4 RJ45 ports in the ATT modem/router. Is there any downsides to this idea.
My own router will act as a wifi router in the middle of my house, while the ATT modem/router will act as a wired router if that makes sense.