You can put an Internet connection anywhere you can put a phone, and vice-versa.It's the phone company's property and responsibility up to the network interface device, and from that point on it's all yours.It provides high-performance 802.11n wireless access for wireless networked computers, 4 built-in Ethernet ports, firewall protection, and Qo S for smooth and secure download/upload of photos, files, music, video, and e-mail over the Internet."This firmware is engineered for Indian products only.Using this firmware on a device outside of India will void your warranty and may render the device unusable.Please contact the D-Link office in your region for firmware updates that are compatible with your D-Link product.
Your voice lines and Internet connection share the same cables.Beware: Junk call blocking services like No Mo Robo may not work on DSL.My parents recieve several Medicaid scam calls every day because they are stuck with a Frontier DSL landline.Today's drop might be the old-style overhead line suspended from a pole to the exterior wall of the house, as seen here.The black cables at center are for cable television. The straight black line running down the wall is the drop from the phone company. From there on into the house, including the medium-sized green box and the small grey box, and all the wiring within the house, that's the responsibility of the property owner.
The drop is the line from the telephone company's line into the residence.