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 What is the difference between a router and a gateway?

Answer Many people new to networking concepts confuse the ideas of routers and gateways. For some this becomes even more confusing when the gateway is referred to as the gateway router. Often, the two are... 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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What is the difference between switch and a router?

A router is a more sophisticated network device than either a switch or a hub. Like hubs and switches, network routers are typically small, box-like pieces of equipment that multiple computers can ... 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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