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Implement a Router.  Either a plain NAT Router or a NAT Rout with a full Firewall implementation. 

 

It (the Router) can provide just wired access or wired and wireless access.  Not only will you be able to use multiple computing devices (Tablets, traditional computers, smart TVs, smarts DVD players, Smart Phones, etc) to access the Internet but you can remove the Firewall application from the PC.  This will free up computer resources but also stop annoying Pop-Ups that confuse you about some unknown activity.

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Everything to do do with a Firewall application generating annoying, whining, confusing and wasteful messages.

 

By rem removing the Firewall application and getting a NAT Router or a NAT Router with a Full Firewall implementation you will save resources on the PC for what YOU want to do and you will protect your PC WITHOUT getting annoying, whining, confusing and wasteful messages.

 

Look at it this way.  You want to protect your home (computer).  Which is better, keeping people out of your property at the perimeter of said property or allowing them to enter your property (LAN) and loom through your windows ?

 

The idea to to move the protection to the perimeter's edge so the intruders can't even get on the property. 

 

Here a question.

 

Who is your Internet Provider and do they charge you a monthly rental for the Cable Modem ?

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I'm sorry, that's not what I asked.  We all pay to have Internet access.  I asked "...do they charge you a monthly rental for the Cable Modem ?"

 

Does Fibertel charge you an additional fee to "rent" the Cable Modem ?

 

For example, here in the US companies may charge $7.00 ~ $10.00 US additionally per month for the cable modem they provide the subscriber.

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