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Connecting Router To 56K Connection?

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I just bought a new acer Laptop that is equipeed with wireless-A/G Networking. BUt i only have 56k Dial up internet available. Am i able to connect a wirless router up to 56K Connection.

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Edited by -=jonnyrotten=-, 04 June 2005 - 08:31 PM.

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Get yourself an "external" modem, connect it to a wired broadband router. Now get a Wireless Access Point and connect that to the router also. Now you can communicate with the WAP. ;)

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That would work. Or if you already have a PC that you have been using on the dial up connection, you could put a wireless PCI card in it, then use it to connect P2P with the Laptop sharing the dial up connection. This would only add the cost of a wireless PCI adapter.

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