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 Difference between a Router & a Modem?

Answer In simple terms, a modem is a device that converts, or modulates, analog signals into digital data, or vice vesa.A router, on the other hand, often works within the network as a postal office, meta... Read More »
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What is the difference between a modem and a router?

A modem "gets the internet to work"....from cable or telephone lines.A router sends the decoded modem internet signal in several directions to multiple computers,
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What's the difference between a router and a modem?

a modem allows you to connect to the internet through your phoneline(dial up or DSL or cable like for cable) a router then plugs into your modem and allows that one connection to be split up so you... Read More »
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What is the difference between a cable wireless router and a ADSL router?

An ADSL router incorporates a modem for use if your broadband comes via a telephone line. The input socket takes an RJ11 connector.A cable router is for use in conjunction with a cable modem (as s... Read More »
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Whats the difference between a Wired router and a Wireless router?

Are you serious that you dont know? Ok, I guess i'll answer seriously. A wired router has wires going from it to the devices it routes the internet to. A wireless router, has no wires except those ... Read More »
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