> On Jul 18, 2016, at 18:00, Jim Juhas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This is shop related because I'm looking to provide connectivity to my new
> barn. Presently I have a DSL modem supplied by a slow DSL line, but the
> modem includes WiFi. The location is relatively remote but better speeds are
> available from the local cable provider (Charter/Spectrum). The cable
> provider indicates WiFi capability is available for an additional $5/month,
> which seems high to me. What issues do I have by simply adding (or
> substituting?) my own WiFi-capable modem?
> Sent from my iPhone
Get seperate devices for wifi and cable modem. Consumer grade wifi devices are
garbage, and fail frequently. Having them separate makes it easier to replace
them, or upgrade rhem.