A dialup router provides internet access to a computer network using only one modem and an ISP dialup internet account. It works by load sharing, a process by which Internet bandwidth is equally distributed among all active network users. It connects to each computer via the serial port.
Types of Dialup Routers
Kinds of Dialup Routers include the following:
Home dialup router
A home dialup router has a limited number of serial ports for connecting to a small computer network. It is used with one dial-up account and one modem.
Office dialup router
An office dialup router usually has a built-in 10/100Mbps switch that allows high-speed internet connection. It consists of dual serial ports used with one ISP dial-up Internet account and one modem.
Choosing Dialup Routers (Buying tips)
WAN ports: Choose a dialup router with a built-in Wide Area Network (WAN) port to connect computers to the ISP via remote access. A built-in WAN port can be used with both ISDN and analog modems.
Firewall: Choose a dialup router with a built-in firewall to keep your network secure and the data protected from unauthorized access.
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