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    My broadband is supplied by BT and they gave us a BT voyager router with which has a a phone connected to it so we can receive calls when connected to the internet.......

    atm this router only allows one pc to be connected at a time, I want to get a new one with wireless and 4 pc connectors, can i buy any router from a store or does it have to be a bt voyager one?

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    im not sure but you could set up the new one as an acess point.
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    if it's with BT i'll assume its ADSL, so as far as i know, you just need to go for an ADSL router. There should be lots to choose from. Try looking here: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/produc...=46&catid=1012

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameson View Post
    if it's with BT i'll assume its ADSL, so as far as i know, you just need to go for an ADSL router. There should be lots to choose from. Try looking here: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/produc...=46&catid=1012
    Yep its adsl so im not limited to bt's routers and i can still connect the external phone to any other router hopefully ,,,,, gona check ebayt c if il get second hand bt voyager one with wireless and 4 pc connecters
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    If you use the VOIP phone Steve that’s a good reason to stick with your current router.

    Simple thing to do would be to buy either a “5 port hub/switch” and a “wireless access point”, or see if you can find a device that combines the two, I know Linksys used to produce such a device, quite simply it was a “Wireless Router”, but had no modem capabilities so it just plugged into your existing “modem router” via Ethernet.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebeneezer Goode View Post
    If you use the VOIP phone Steve that’s a good reason to stick with your current router.

    Simple thing to do would be to buy either a “5 port hub/switch” and a “wireless access point”, or see if you can find a device that combines the two, I know Linksys used to produce such a device, quite simply it was a “Wireless Router”, but had no modem capabilities so it just plugged into your existing “modem router” via Ethernet.



    Good luck and let us know how you get on.

    thnx for the tips but seems a bit much plus looked up the price of a hub/switch and wsnt really wrth it.......


    soo I went on to ebay and bought the bt voyager 2110 router which is wirless (up to tewn pc 's connect) and has 4 ports u can connect to using wires all for £38 .... its used btw but who cares

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