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I have opted for 4mbps broadband connection for home use.
Provider has said that there is no modem required , they would be providing a cable that can support DSL router.
I am now in search for a DSL supported router that will have battery backup when power goes off.
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Welcome to our woodworking router forum NJN. Despite that you are not on the forum you thought you would be joining there probably is someone here who can help you.

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Your best bet is to go on negegg (or some similar technology site) and filter all of the routers. Then, look in your price range to see if any mention battery power.

If that doesn't work, just call best buy and have them look on their end.

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I'm not sure if there is a Best Buy in India Phillip.

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Oh yes that'll be an issue.

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Suggest you Google for Router. Probably a UPS will be required if you need to operate when power goes out.

Possibly your provider has a Router, or can suggest one.

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Hi Phillip get your self a 12volt battery and an inverter. That's how I run mine here in South Africa as we have a lot of power interruptions

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Is there any DSL router that will support powerbank support over USB during power interruptions.
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Fortunately I have a local best buy!

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