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recommend basic adsl router for bridge mode.
Can anyone recommend a basic adsl router which can carry out bridge mode?
I need this router to establish a connection to ADSL so I can put another
router inside it with an external IP address.
This would primarily be used on sites with a single static IP address.
I have nad recent problems with Netgear DG632's which I have been using for
The makes I would be interested in a
Linksys, D-link, allied telesyn possibly belkin or any others.
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