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    Do I HAVE to use AirPort with my Mac?
    I just got a macbook. I have a Dlink router. Should i use mac's airport instead to get wireless internet connection? What would be faster/better?


    Thanks.

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    You can use the Dlink just fine.


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    If you're Dlink isn't 802.11n and it's a new macbook then the 802.11n Airports would be faster... but it's up to you really, you're Dlink will work just great.

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    Like others have said, the Dlink should be fine. What model is it? Just curious. Some older Dlinks had the tendency to crash a lot.

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