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How do I connect via airport and adsl modem?

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Hi, I have an iBook 12" that I´m trying to connect to internet with an adsl modem and a wireless router (not airport). The iBook finds the "airport" but doesn´t connect to the pppoE connection. the connection works if I plug in the cable from the "airport" to the computer. Can I bridge the Buitin-ethernet and the airport somehow? I have to use pppoe with username and password.
So, here is how I want it to connect: telephoneline+adslmodem+TP-link ("airport" or maybe it should be called basestation!?)+computer
Thanks in advance!
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