Chapter 3. Configuring Your Router

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You learned in Chapter 1, “Understanding Ethernet Networking,” that you need to add a router to your network if you want to share a broadband Internet connection with the users on your network. This saves you money in the long run because it means you do not need multiple broadband modems or multiple Internet connections. It’s also more convenient because you don’t have to set up a particular ...

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