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New Wireless Modem

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My boss' router has just crashed and he needs to get a new one as in his spare time, he writes a webzine for scriptwriters.

His internet connection is a bit of a joke though. He pays Sky for an ADSL line, but the modem/router that they gave him doesn't work and they won't replace it, because of this, we can't find out if his ADSL line is actually working...Sky seem to think so but he can't seem to get a connection. He also has a cable connection from BlueYonder which he's kept, since his ADSL line isn't working.

Basically my question is, is there a product on the market which has a cable modem, DSL modem, as well as a wireless router? Or would he need to buy all separates? I assume the latter, but if anyone knows of anything which fits this description, he (and I, as he keeps bugging me to find one) would be molto appreciative.

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I'll take a swing at this one. The best I could find that may not even be close is this one from Zoom

Is that even close to what you are asking?
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