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BT Voyager 2100 and philips freeline PC
My Philips Freeline LS1000 already has a wireless LAN card installed in
it so can I just use the BT Voyager to create a wireless broadband
connection? Do i simply plug the router into my master box downstairs?
There is already an antena in the back of my pc. I don't need any
other cables do I?
Hope anyone can help.
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