Router

changing from residential broadband service to business "static" IP service. Currently have a wireless "G" router but cable modem only has one place to hook up to. I've been told I will need a router to hook up another computer and the wireless router states it will not work with if a router is placed between it and the modem. What will I need to do to continue with wireless router?
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  1. stix said:
    changing from residential broadband service to business "static" IP service. Currently have a wireless "G" router but cable modem only has one place to hook up to. I've been told I will need a router to hook up another computer and the wireless router states it will not work with if a router is placed between it and the modem. What will I need to do to continue with wireless router?


    Sorry to appear a little thick but I can't see why you need or wish to introduce another router. The single connection on the cable MODEM can go to the router which I assume also has a wired capability, and that can wirelessly ship the signal around the property.

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