Compulsory routers (was: Re: T-dose stand with Libreboot and Replicant hardware)

Nico Rikken nico.rikken at
Thu Nov 26 08:39:44 UTC 2015

I know XS4ALL, a Dutch ISP, is quite liberal about this, giving
configuration instructions:

I'm not familiar with the policies of other ISPs.

On do, 2015-11-26 at 09:29 +0100, Matthias Kirschner wrote:
> * Paul van der Vlis <paul at> [2015-11-25 22:32:21 +0100]:
> > Another point is the "routerdwang". In the Netherlands you get "for
> > free" a router with modem from your ISP. So people who would buy such a
> > device have to pay double. Because of that, not many people will buy
> > such a device, what makes it expensive.
> But you are allowed to use your own router instead, right? 
> Regards,
> Matthias

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