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A new Begining

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After organising a Broadband Campaign for so long I think the campaign was a far easier task than finding which Broadband service to go for. Smiley

I am a home user that has the ability to connect two computers to broadband however I am at a loss whether to opt for the Advanced package or the desktop package.

Do i really need a router for both computers to connect or can i do what i am currently doing now using one computer as the main internet connector. ?

Doh!! my head hurts already Smiley :roll:

Any suggestions most welcome.
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You can do either.

As you well know, if your current setup, it requires the main computer to be on for the second computer to have access.

This is the primary idea of a router, to save this requirment.

It is a self contained unit, desined for the job at hand. It will have your main computer load.
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Thanks Richard ... I had a hunch that was the main reason for the router and was just making sure that it was not something that was necessary for startup. It is something that can be done a later date. Smiley