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Routers from Maplins
In article , Andrew Hodgson
A friend of mine has purchased a router from Maplins - this is a one
port ADSL router modem. It uses the Conexant Access Runner chipset,
but we are interested to find out the proper manufacturer. Does
I assume this thing has an Ethernet port. You can decode the
manufacturer from the MAC address of the Ethernet port. I did this for
my Mentor router. I do not have the URL to hand but I found a lookup
page by Googling for MAC address or something similar.
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