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Use old Motorola SB5100

Question asked by rmrobles on Jul 2, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 3, 2014 by rmrobles

Good evening. When I was still on high speed internet, I bought the Motorola SB5100 modem from Shaw. After switching to broadband, my modem was changed to SMC D3GN. When I try to connect my old modem to the coaxial cable, it's not working any more. Is it possible to connect the SB5100 to my network printer and have that connect to the SMC D3GN so I can bring the modem upstairs for better signal? I wanted to use the broadband modem upstairs but have no way of connecting my network printer wirelessly. Please help.Thanks.