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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Do any of the Apple Wireless options (Express, Airport Extreme etc) work with ADSL2?


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Just wanted to know if I can use an apple product to make my ADSL2 wireless.

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If it connects to a computer via Ethernet, it should be fine (and almost every different kind of broadband does, or at least has that option).

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My Time capsule is on ADSL2+ and dual 802.11 n & g - works well.
Note, Apple does not make a modem.
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