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Cisco Linksys X2000 Wireless N ADSL2+ Modem/Router (Refurbished)

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Adorama has Cisco Linksys X2000 Wireless N ADSL2+ Modem/Router (Refurbished) for $13.99 + free shipping. Thanks yuugotserved

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#3
I have found another good router deal ($25 after MIR)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6833122471.

Which is better among the two???
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Quote from samsha22 View Post :
I have found another good router deal ($25 after MIR)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6833122471.

Which is better among the two???
this is a modem as well and Linksys has a better name
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ohh..this is a modem router...cool
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#6
X2000 seems to have a lot overheat issues according to reviews.
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Bought to have a spare DSL modem on hand (well, a second spare).
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Quote from Frogstar View Post :
Bought to have a spare DSL modem on hand (well, a second spare).
Can you use your own DSL modem when your phone company (I am with Cincinnati Bell Zoomtown) provides one free? What are the advantages? When I asked for a replacement recently (after almost 10 years), I got almost the same model (Westell 6100 Vx etc.). TIA
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Quote from OhFrugal View Post :
Can you use your own DSL modem when your phone company (I am with Cincinnati Bell Zoomtown) provides one free? What are the advantages? When I asked for a replacement recently (after almost 10 years), I got almost the same model (Westell 6100 Vx etc.). TIA
Windstream only provided my first one free. When it died, the tech support person thoughtfully failed to inform me that while yes, they were overnighting me a replacement, they were also charging me $65 for it. As long as it supports the right settings, I don't think there's anything they can do to stop you from using your own.
When my second one died, I switched over to a Netgear DGN1000 that I bought for rather a bit less than $65.
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Quote from samsha22 View Post :
I have found another good router deal ($25 after MIR)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6833122471.

Which is better among the two???
BTEWXVM32 will take another 20% off
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BTEWXVM32 will take another 20% off
my email address is not valid for redemption it seems..is it a targetted code?
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Quote from samsha22 View Post :
my email address is not valid for redemption it seems..is it a targetted code?

this is still a better deal
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this is a modem as well and Linksys has a better name
Iagree
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Quote from sam55 View Post :
this is a modem as well and Linksys has a better name
I am not real bright when it comes to this, what is the advantage of this being a modem as well?
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Had 2... Both died in less than 6 months.
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