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Thread: 2 Computers 2 Ip Same Modem

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    ziggyjuarez's Avatar Poster
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    dose it make my computer slower?

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    it wont make the computer slower, might make net speed a little slower if the other pc is using the net when you are.

    Do you have a router? - that tends to 'share' the packets of data 'evenly' to all client PC's connected to it.

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    How can that work, two PC's using the same modem to contact two IP's at the same time.

    A router can handle that, its designed for it. However how would a modem do it. It's only a modulator / demodulator.

    I don't understand the question, obviously.

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    useing a ethernet hub
    dose this :helpsmile: ?

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    WTF

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    Well it wouldn't make it any faster.

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    sorry i dont have the information,i just dont know much

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    most modems are able to run on more than one ip (meaning each computer gets it's own ip) but then most isp's charge an extra 10bucks or something liek that for eah extra ip.

    no it won't make ur comp any slower.

    a router is still a more secure way to share the net, and it doesn't require the extra fee for another ip (not all isps charge).

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    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004@21 August 2004 - 18:47
    most modems are able to run on more than one ip (meaning each computer gets it's own ip) but then most isp's charge an extra 10bucks or something liek that for eah extra ip.

    no it won't make ur comp any slower.

    a router is still a more secure way to share the net, and it doesn't require the extra fee for another ip (not all isps charge).
    router?how do i use this?my isp is charging 5 buck extra for it

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