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Hi All,

I am planning to get an iMac 2Ghz 17inch for my xmas, i was in the shop speaking to the sales advisor and they told me that my wireless router needed to be MAC compatible. Currently for my PC i have a 3Com ADSL wireless 11g firewall router model no: 3CRWDR100A-72 model. I have 128 bit WEP encryption enabled, is there any way of telling this is compatible or not? I've had a look on other sights and i havent came across anything too helpful.

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Great, thanks so much for your help, much appreciated :black:
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