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    hello everybody
    i am using type 1 bsnl modem ut300r2u.
    plan 750 unlimited.
    i want a wireless connection for my dell laptop with inbuilt wifi
    i need your help to know
    1. is there any wireless router which i can link up with the bsnl modem i already have.
    2.can we link up any wireless usb adapter with the bsnl modem and use it any where we want.
    kindly answer above two questions.
    as i would like to get the needed equipment from USA through my friend,would appreciate quick reply.
    thank you in advance

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    1. you can try to get adslmodem+4lan router+wifi model (3 in one )
    WA3002-G4 or DNA A211-1 from BSNl itself,
    cost rs 1600/= plus about 10% taxes.
    Explain to them that you need to use a Laptop at Home.
    or
    get a wifi router such as netgearWGR 614 v6 ( 4lan and WIFI)
    cost about Rs 1500 to Rs 2000/= or linksys/dlink/etc.
    or a high power model such as Buffalo 2N wifi routers
    with better range. and speed.

    2. You are using a Landline based BB .
    and to

    access BB ANYwhere ( such as airports/railway stations etc )
    you need DATA CARD orUSB Modem.
    The Tower facility should be available.


    Check Airtel ISP also. for International access.
    http://airtel.in/wps/wcm/connect/air...less+Internet/

    Existing Ut300r2U adsl modem +wifi router not needed.

    REF:BSNL BROADBAND MAIN MENU
    http://bsnlevdo.themebin.com/

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    A wifi router cum modem costs Rs. 1600+ tax from BSNL. It is cheaper than what you get from open market. BSNL do not support maintenance of routers purchased outside.

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    thanks a lot for the quick suggestion:thumbup1:
    i had already bought the existing type 1 router 4m bsnl so cant exchange for another wifi router.
    the other thing is i want to go for one which is from netgear r linksys as d modem i am presently usin from bsnl is not good.
    so cant trust them again.
    so to access BB anywer at home on my laptop i need to go for adsl+wifi router na
    in case i want to access outside my house i hav to use usb adapter
    i hav seen some usb adapters in linksys n netgear
    bt my doubt is can i link that usb adapter to my existin type 1 modem n use anyver?
    r do i nd to take a sepearate connection like bsnl evdo r photon+

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    so to access BB anywer at home on my laptop i need to go for adsl+wifi router na
    yes you have to get one ADSL+ Wi-Fi Router.

    in case i want to access outside my house i hav to use usb adapter
    i hav seen some usb adapters in linksys n netgear
    In case you want to access Internet outside house you will have to purchase one Wireless Internet.

    Options

    Reliance Netconnect

    Tata Photon+

    BSNL EDVO

    Service will be dependent upon network availability just like mobile.

    bt my doubt is can i link that usb adapter to my existin type 1 modem n use anyver?
    To use it anywhere you dont require your existing type I modem from bsnl, you just have to plug it in your computers or laptops usb port and you can access Internet.

    r do i nd to take a sepearate connection like bsnl evdo r photon+
    Yes you have to take a new connection which has nothing to do with you current bsnl BB.
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    thanks a lot for the reply:thumbup1:
    which adsl+wifi router would u suggest among netgear ,linksys n any otr company that u wud suggest

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    in case i take the modem 4m bsnl itself on rental
    so which would be a better choice among type 2 n type 4 modems

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    I have read good reviews about netgear routers.

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    Belkin is also a good option you will get more warranty than any other and may be life time too.
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    +1 for netgear routers

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    ooh thanks for the suggestion
    are type 2 n type 4 modems the same
    wats the difference between them

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    @big2008
    See this: Link given in Post No 3.
    Also now added type A and Type B.
    BSNL BROADBAND MAIN MENU

    For a single computer Desktop TYpe 1 will do. Rs 1000/ rent Rs 50/=
    If you have laptop computer type II or Type IV
    with wifi mode needed. Cost rs 1600 rent Rs 80/PM

    Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.

    Add both links to your bookmarks. Needed for ref again and again.
    or note them down in a notebook.
    ( in case you are on Internet ,from a different system Not yours . )

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