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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.

  • 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.

  • 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.