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I access the internet on the Imac and Macbook with a Verizon USB720. How do I set this up with the TC?
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I access the internet on the Imac and Macbook with a Verizon USB720. How do I set this up with the TC?
My guess is that "TC" refers to Time Capsule. If that's so, I don't believe it's possible as EVDO modems require proprietary software and drivers. Standard broadband modems like DSL and Cable boxes use Ethernet, which is just a straight network connection with no need for special drivers or software for handshaking.

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