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Linksys ADSL2MUE is an ADSL2/2+ capable router/modem based on the Texas Instruments AR7 architecture. Marketed in the United Kingdom, France, Australia, Germany and a few other countries not including the United States of America.
 
Linksys ADSL2MUE is an ADSL2/2+ capable router/modem based on the Texas Instruments AR7 architecture. Marketed in the United Kingdom, France, Australia, Germany and a few other countries not including the United States of America.
  
'''Please, be carefull, if you are looking for a modem this might not be your device. Althoug advertised as a modem, it is actually a router.''' The only modem capabilities the device shows is called brige mode. This mode interconnects a native ethernet network or an ethernet over USB network with a RFC1484 bridge mode network (ethernet switched over ATM/ADSL).
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'''Please, be carefull, if you are looking for a modem this might not be your device. Although advertised as a modem, it is actually a router with some sort of bridging capabilities.'''
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== Hardware resources ==
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== Standard features ==
 
== Standard features ==
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With the default oficial firmware this device has four modes of operation:
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1.- Router with PPPoA over the WAN
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2.- Router with PPPoE over the WAN
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3.- Router with RFC1483 bridged over the WAN
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4.- Bridge with RFC1483 bridged over the WAN
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NAT support is fair enough for outgoing purposes but will not let you do any port forwarding to the inside.
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The wan port of this modem
 
The wan port of this modem
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The only modem capabilities the device shows is called brige mode. This mode interconnects a native ethernet network or an ethernet over USB network with a RFC1484 bridge mode network (ethernet switched over ATM/ADSL).

Revision as of 17:46, 27 August 2005

Linksys ADSL2MUE is an ADSL2/2+ capable router/modem based on the Texas Instruments AR7 architecture. Marketed in the United Kingdom, France, Australia, Germany and a few other countries not including the United States of America.

Please, be carefull, if you are looking for a modem this might not be your device. Although advertised as a modem, it is actually a router with some sort of bridging capabilities.

Hardware resources

Standard features

With the default oficial firmware this device has four modes of operation: 1.- Router with PPPoA over the WAN 2.- Router with PPPoE over the WAN 3.- Router with RFC1483 bridged over the WAN 4.- Bridge with RFC1483 bridged over the WAN

NAT support is fair enough for outgoing purposes but will not let you do any port forwarding to the inside.


The wan port of this modem The only modem capabilities the device shows is called brige mode. This mode interconnects a native ethernet network or an ethernet over USB network with a RFC1484 bridge mode network (ethernet switched over ATM/ADSL).