A router for four, please

A router for four, please

The Xrouter Pro'a 10/100-Mbps, small-office router from Xsense Connectivity Inc. of Santa Clara, Calif.'has four ports to share one cable or digital subscriber Internet connection among four computers.

The router uses the Point-to-Point Protocol for Ethernet. It can block selected uniform resource locators to control Web access. Its Network Address Translation security keeps individual IP addresses hidden behind the router.

The $169.99 Xrouter Pro works with Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS and Linux.
Contact Xsense at 800-642-8860.


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