Why ISP's are shooting themselves in the foot


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Recently, I had the opportunity to try out a few DSL routers. These were "real" routers, not DSL/Cable Modem routers that only do half the job. The wire from the DSL RJ-11 plugged directly into one side of these boxes and Ethernet plugged into the other. Some of the routers had four Ethernet ports, some had one. All of them provided a means of storing the DSL account information in the router and the router did the authentication with the ISP. Features and capabilities varied but all had two advantages over what ISP

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