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How to connect 2 PC's on a single ADSL2+ connection so that both can connect to net simultaneously

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    AliTech110 Apr 13, 2009

    OK, i'll give it a try. Thanks



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Use a router for that. Connect your DSL modem to the router's WAN port, then connect your computers to the router's LAN ports.

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