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Old 04-22-2003, 10:28 AM   #1
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Question Earthlink Router Suggestions (Need pppoe and vpn)


Thanks everyone for your input up to this point.

Seems that getting a router would be a safer way to go.

So I am asking if anyone has a strong recommendation for a router that:
* Works signing into Earthlink (by pppoe )
* Works with VPN when connecting to work

Dont need a wireless, all computers in same room. (Gets warm in here)

Thanks
Larry
 
  


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