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Dial-up & Wireless Router
In article , "AlexS"
Is it possible to use a wireless router/modem with a dial up connection?
A quick Google suggests that these are capable of using a serial
USR 22 Mbps Wireless Cable/DSL Router
Probably others too.
Of course you could always use an old Pentium PC with routing
software, a modem and a PCI WiFi card.
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