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Zoom 5695 Wireless Integrated Service Router - 4 x 10/100Base-TX LAN, 1 x ADSL WAN, 1 x FXS, 1 x FXO - IEEE 802.11b/g - 125Mbps
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The X6v combines a feature set that establishes a new benchmark for DSL gateways. The X6v integrates an ADSL 2/2+ modem, wireless router with firewall security, and a VoIP telephone adapter into a single product.The Zoom ADSL X6v is an all-in-one solution for sharing ADSL service. The X6v provides all the features you'll need to make your ADSL access secure, easy to share, and easy to use. A built-in wireless-G router enables wireless networking to computers, notebooks, and other devices with 802.11g or 802.11b wireless capability. The X6v has easy-to-use Quality of Service (QoS) to guarantee upstream speed when you need it for applications like on-line gaming and Internet Telephony. An auto configuration wizard in the X6v detects ADSL network settings and makes DSL modem setup easy for all ADSL services, including Verizon, AT&T, Bell South and Qwest. ADSL 2/2+ support provides modem data speeds up to 24 Mbps.
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Zoom is a company with whom I have been familiar since the mid-90s. Their modems (19.2kbps, baby!) provided subpar performance then, and the trend seems to continue now. Given that firmware was current and that no one else was successful in resolving the same issue, I kept the modem and tried to work through it. Yesterday, though, I believe I have found a solution through a different manufacturer's product. So far, so good, but I am, unfortunately, outside of the allotted 30-day return policy and am, consequently, stuck with a barely used hunk of plastic labeled "Zoom," which fails to do that, even when it would connect to the Internet.
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