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What is the difference between a router and a modem router?›
A router is connected to a modem, which you get from your Internet service provider. This is often the case when you have a cable Internet connection. A modem router is directly connected to your ADSL telephone line so you do not require a separate modem.
Do 802.11g and 802.11n products work with each other?›
Products that support 802.11n are backwards compatible and can be used in combination with 802.11g devices.
What is OPS?›
All the Sitecom Wireless (modem) routers and wireless USB adapters have OPS (One Push Set-up) technology, which you can use to create a secure wireless network with the push of just one button.
Why do Sitecom modem routers have internal antennas? ›
The antennas are fully incorporated into the housing and positioned so that optimal coverage is guaranteed. With a modem router with external antennas you will have to ensure that they are optimally aligned, using a Sitecom modem router with internal antennas this has already been done for you.
What is the advantage of Gigabit? ›
Gigabit (modem) routers offer a wired speed up to 1000 Mbps. This makes them ideal for demanding application such as transferring large files, downloading and streaming HD-videos.