Re: ADSL Security
Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2003 18:30:00 -0500
Do a Google search and you'll find that there have been some problems using
USB ADSL modems. I'd go with the Ethernet one unless it's a budget buster.
usb adsl sbs 2000
Merv Porter [SBS MVP]
"Henry" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> We are currently upgrading from a dial-up connection to an ADSL broadband
> connection and have the choice of two ADSL modems:
> a) single port modem connected to the server via USB
> b) four port modem that connects to the server via an ethernet connection
> (via a 2nd NIC)
> Is there any advantage in either of the two modems from a security
> perspective ?
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