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Hey all,

Have a friend asking me this and well I am not really sure so here it is.

Do you reckon you could hook the airport (http://www.apple.com/au/airportexpress/ ) up to a standard hubb? (ie Cable Modem into the Hub, 4 cables out, 3 to PCs, 1 to the Airport).

Cheers all.

-kane
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