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I would like to know if either of these modems are

I would like to know if either of these modems/wireless router are PPPDE compatiable netgear CVG824G v3 or gateway 2 wire 2701HGV-W

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Hello there:
If you try to go to the web site for both of these it will give you the specification and all information needed for these. but i do believe that both of these are all backward compatable.
best regards mike

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