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iBookG4, can I connect a Windows 98 c. via firewire?


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We've got the iBook connected to the SBC dsl modem. I tried connecting a Netgear RP114 router with no result.

So could I use the iBook as a pass thru in order to connect the kid's Windows box via the mac firewire? (which would then connect via a usb adaptor)

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