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broadband router

A device that provides high-speed access to the Internet for two or more computers. All routers today are broadband routers. See wireless router, router and mobile broadband router.
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Netopia also today announced that Covad has certified Netopia DSL routers for interoperability with Covad's network.
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BestBuy used the Mirai malware to target DSL routers belonging to Deutsche Telekom customers.
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