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Old 01-07-2008, 03:54 PM
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Default Can I connect two routers to one DSl Modem?

I have a question concerning hooking up my Slingbox on my home network. My wife's employer has supplied our wireless router so I can not get past the firewall to set up the correct configurations for port forwarding. Is it possible to connect a seperate router on the same internet connection that I could then enable remote television viewing with the Slingbox? It is important that the original connection maintains its firewall. Any thoughts or suggestions? If I can't come up with something I will have to take the Slingbox back. For those of you that don't know what a Slingbox is, it allows remote viewing of your television on either your own network or remotely via the internet. Thanks!
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