On Thu, 23 Nov 2006 20:39:26 GMT, "Mick" <jev@,jb.com> wrote:
>but I'm also interested in how I might place my ATA
>between the modem and router.
>Just how would I do this? At present I have an ethernet cable from the
>modem to the router - can't see how to 'break' into this.
ATAs designed to be so placed have a WAN ethernet socket (connects to
your cable modem) and a LAN ethernet socket (connects to your router.
So it plugs in between the modem and the router.
The BT Voyager 10V and other devices do this, the two ethernet ports
are the key.
On your general issue, cable broadband is a bit thin upstream - what
is your rated service speed and what does it speedtest at with the
speedtest.bbmax.co.uk or andslguide.org.uk testers.
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