I have a TP-LINK TD W8951ND wireless Modem+Router which contains one RJ11 (phone line) port and four RJ45 (Ethernet) ports along with wireless N support.
Now for some reason, my TP-LINK modem doesn't work with my ISP, whereas the modem provided by my ISP works. If I wish I could get the basic modem provided by my ISP which contains one RJ11 port and one Ethernet port.
So can I link both the modems?
I mean will this configuration work:
Connect telephone cable to basic modem provided by ISP.
And then connect the Ethernet port of basic modem to the Ethernet port of TP-link modem.
And then connect remaining Ethernet ports to PC and laptop and simultaneously use WIFI.
Will it work or should I have to replace my TP-Link Modem+Router?