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Mac-compatible DSL Modem recommendations?


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Hello everyone,
My current wireless modem/router current wireless modem/router is on the fritz and I need a new one. I was hoping people had some recommendations? My first thoughts were of course to go with Apple for obvious reasons, but I don't want to have to buy a separate DSL modem and wireless router, I like the all-in-one thing. Plus the AirPort Extreme is a little overpriced.

I'm hoping not to spend more than around ~$200 AU.

Any ideas are appreciated

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Modems and routers are not OS specific. Any one should be fine. Linksys has always been a good choice for me.

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Hi,
First do not buy USB modem. Lot of problem to install IF at all possible.
Second buy with router. I have U.S. Robotics with 4 output plus airport conncetion.
If you need the number will look for it for you.
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