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I am likely to purchase a new imac. Just a quick question about wireless set up. I run a wireless network at home with a DLink DI624+ wireless router. Is this OK to hook up with the imac?

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It's listed in this article, for a feature of Leopard, so I don't see why not.

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I had a D-Link 614+(or something very close to that) and it worked perfectly. Your 624 is most likely a very similar model.
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You can use any wireless router; however, if it's not 802.11g or n, and is still 802.11b...you might experience some shotty connections...other than that, you should be golden with any wireless signal.
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