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Anyone know if the wireless dsl modem they give you will just directly connect to my powerbook?

i heard it wouldent but dont see why not..

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Anyone know if the wireless dsl modem they give you will just directly connect to my powerbook?

i heard it wouldent but dont see why not..
As long as it has ethernet ports it should be able to.

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