09-07-2009, 09:00 PM #1
Share Internet Connection via Modem
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- Sep 07, 2009
Hello, Im new in the forums!
I've got a question and I'm not sure if it can be done!
I've got a mac with a modem jack and I'm using the airport to connect to the internet. Now the thing is I plan to buy an Apple Pippin, which uses an 33,6bps dial up modem to connect to the internet, well... As I've haven't got anymore a telephone landline, well, I've got one but its VoIP, and its from my 100Mbps modem directly into my Telephone, I was wondering if I could find a way to program my Mac to share its internet connection to the Pippin's modem, by way of it simulating a telephone data connection.
I know it was possible with windows xp, some Dreamcast users used to connect their DC's modem to the computers and access the internet tru that, after landline IPS came out of fashion...
So... can anyone help?
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