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Wired DSL Modems and Accessories

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Chrysanthemama, Apr 25, 2014.

  1. RobH

    RobH Gold

    I had ethernet cable runs in my home done. It was easy due to crawl space (ugh, not sitting on earth) My only concern with that is are you creating more "dirty electricity) going to every outlet in your house? Don't know.

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  2. Jonathin

    Jonathin Gold Member

    Ethernet cables have twisted conductors that limit radiation. If you use your house wiring with a powerline adapter network you don't have that protection plus your whole electrical power wiring has essentially dirty electricity. I would stick with a basic inexpensive router with cat 5e or 6 cable. Internet connect speeds are slow compared to computer and router capabilities so nothing fancy or expensive is necessary.
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  3. ssj3

    ssj3 Silver

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  4. Shijin13

    Shijin13 Guest

    We have a VPN Router (required for work stuff) and a basic modem that doesn't emit wifi. specifically went out and bought that. I'm currently using a Henge docking station for my old macbook Pro. When I get my next MBP I plan on using a docking station for that, and plug the current MBP with the HengeDock by the TV, and run ethernet to that system and hook it direct up to the TV so we can officially ditch cable - minus internet....
  5. JMO

    JMO Gold

    I have DSL and an actiontec wireless modem. There is not a hardwired switch to turn wireless off but you can do it thru the software by going to the modem ip address and change the configuration to turn wireless off.

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