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Aiport Extreme set up

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So I have sbc yahoo dsl which runs through the phone line. Just bought airport extreme which has no phone line connection on the back, what's the solution? Do I connect the airport extreme to the 2wire and that's how it works?
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Figured it out, impatience is a terrible thing!
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