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Old 09-24-2004, 07:58 AM   #1
Registered: Jun 2003
Location: Sevenoaks, UK
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USB & Rj45


I am a customer of BT(British Telecom) and I have broadband from them. Because getting the drivers for the BT Voyager 105 USB ADSL modem is impossible, the only solution was a USB ADSL router. But I don't want to give 70 pounds for a router provided that I will use it only for my Linux. But today I read about a USB-to-RJ45 switcher. So if I buy one of this or [URL=]this[/USB] could I be able to connect to the Internet from my linux box ? And how would it be accomplished eventually ?

Thanks very much


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