Solved Modem question. Is it okay to use another modems power supply plug? Tags: At&T Power Supplies Modem Networking Last response: August 10, 2013 5:41 AM in Networking Share Water Turkey August 10, 2013 5:32:24 AM I want to use the 3360's plug-in for the 2210. Is it okay? from att's site: Technical Specs: Input 120V AC 60Hz 95 mA Output 12V DC 450m 2-prong Designed for Model 2210 http://www.att.com/equipment/accesso...urer=&q_model= Input 100-240V AC 50/60Hz 0.18A Output 12V DC 0.5A 2-prong Designed for Modem Model 3360 http://www.att.com/equipment/accesso...urer=&q_model= More about : modem question modems power supply plug Reply to Water Turkey Best solution 13thmonkey a b ) Power supply August 10, 2013 5:41:28 AM Share Should be ok. Reply to 13thmonkey Ask the community Post an answer Related resources : ForumHow can i use 3g usb dongle in my cafe where i use d link modem which has not usb plug in ? ForumSolvedcan i use my laptop's internet connection by plugging a modem in its ethernet port ForumCan I use this wall socket to plug in a modem? ForumSolvedAnother Power SUpply Question Forumi have a wireless router and modem i want to use another modem ForumSolvedAnother Power Supply question ForumWould it be okay to buy a case & power supply now for later use? ForumSolvedAnother power supply/card question ForumAnt to use it as a back up drive on my pc. it has a power supply plug and a usb ForumQuick Question: Power Supply came with no plug or manual. M12II Bronze Series ForumSolvedRouter/Modem power cycle question. ForumSolvedUPS questions, for use with a Seasonic 850 watt Platinum power supply. ForumPlugging land line phone into laptop modem and using it for VOiP Forumwhen I plug my modem in, my system powers down ForumUsing Router connected to one PC with modem to another ForumQuestion: What's the 6-pin plug for on my power supply? ForumMB power supply using ATX 12V plug? ForumLaptops power supply interfiers with modem? Forumusing my cable modem in another country ForumYet another 240W power supply question... More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !