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 From:  Anson Ringenoldus <ansonr at spruitje dot org>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Linksys AM200
 Date:  Mon, 4 Dec 2006 09:23:18 +0100
>On Sunday 03 December 2006 20:57, Etika Temo wrote:
>>I am not sure about the linksysAM200 you have but I use ADSL modems with
>>linksys broadband router and it works fine. Our Win Proxy redials the
>>connection when it goes down.
>I have just ordered a AM200 to replace my existing Linksys Wireless router
>which has more facilities than I actually need.
>It's inaccurate to call the AM200 a modem it is in fact just a router without
>some of the Gizmos i.e. a single internal Ethernet port rather than the more
>common 4 port switch and no wireless. Which is just what I want, currently I
>have a Linksys wireless router with all ports forwarded to  to M0n0wall. The
>4 port switch and the wireless capability are irrelevant my network. I have
>anther use for this router so I'm replacing it with the AM200.
>Also worth noting the AM200's are very inexpensive.

I know that some modems have the option to act as a bridge.
Some zyxel modems have this option with ethernet over ATM.
I also have some configs for the thomson 
speedtouch 510 to do SIP spoofing with PPPoA.
"Ï toast therefore I am."
Toasty the toaster (Red dwarf)

ansonr at spruitje dot org