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Homechoice and wireless/routers

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Old November 18th 06, 04:40 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
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Default Homechoice and wireless/routers

There's been abit of confusion surrounding the use of Homechoice and
wireless. They claim no support for other routers and charge you 70
to get theirs, and they have to send around an engineer too. Don't
bother if you've already got wireless router. Simply plug your router
into the back of the "Net" port using a standard network cable and it
should work (mind you plug it into one of the LAN ports on your router
of course as you're simply routing IP traffic, nothing to do with
DSL/ADSL at all!)

They normally wire you into the "PC" port which is why it doesn't work
for most people. Presumable the engineer comes around, swaps them over
and charges you 70 quid for the pleasure.


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