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> No Broadband, Can I Use Linksys Wrt54g Wireless-g, Broadband Router on my home PC?
post Apr 1 2006, 03:05 PM
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I was looking at one of these, ($59.88 at Walmart)
My PC at home is connected to the internet thru a 56k dialup modem.
The specs for most routers suggest broadband.
Broadband, where I live is expensive, so I use a dialup to connect.

I just want to use this router to have wireless in my house and be able to connect my Z to my PC from other rooms in my house.
I did a search, and it seems that very few people here still use a 56k dialup.
Can this be used in the above fashon?

EDIT: My desktop PC has Intel motherboard D865GLC with onboard LAN, (Intergrated 10/100 Ethernet LAN)
Running Win XP
Thank you,
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