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 What's the difference between a modem and router?

Answer The modem is what allows you to connect to your ISP and have internet access.The router takes your public IP and converts it into private IP's so you can have more than one devices connected to the... Read More »
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Could someone please tell me what is the difference between a modem and a router?

a modem get the Internet from the ISP and can connect to a computer or a router, a router get Internet connection from a modem and distributes it to multiple computers.
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Sorry to be stupid, but what is the difference betwwen a modem and a router?

with a modem, you need to dial up to your provider to get connected to the internet. with a router, you are directly on the internet - no dial up needed.
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Which wireless modem router should I replace for the 2007 Netgear Post Office Wireless Modem Router?

try this - tabs on tophttp://compnetworking.about.com/od/route…
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Whats the difference between a bt 220v voyager router?

A router is a meaning to connect to modem and use more ports for internet connections via cable or if its wireless to different devices. The only thing I see it the 220 voltage that maybe 50Hz, but... Read More »
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