01-12-2010 04:18 PM
I'm adding a second Westell 327W to my residence. The first one is a D90-327W15-06 and works great. I wanted to add another wired connection to a different part of my residence and I know I have to add a Westell 327w, but wondered if I could add the following:
and would that work with the current DSL signal I get throughout the house? Do I need to only add the D90-327W15-06 version of the Westell 327W?
01-13-2010 09:42 AM
#1 You can replace a modem combo.
#2 The only way to use more than one modem combo, unless I am mistake, is to have another phone number.
#3 You can add a wireless extender or another wireless router (but setup as a Hub/Switch/Wap) if you want to extend the existing network.
About converting a second router into a Hub/Switch/OR Wap, see:
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01-17-2010 09:33 AM
This is for a second residence on my property. The same DSL line is going to both residences, one has the Westell D90-327W15-06. I want to put another modem in the second residence, is there a difference between the
Is there any other Westell that would be compatible for Verizon is the D90-327W15-06 currently works with the DSL line right now.