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Connection I'm using a wireless pc card in my laptop, can I connect voip841 phone to the laptop directley or must I have a router

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  • voip841 Oct 16, 2008

    My problem is exactly the same. PC with wireless modem but no router. I want to use this phone, but not sure if it will work with no router.



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You only need a router and a DSL connection (with a Philips VoIP841). Have a look to this review: - Review :: Philips VOIP841 PC-free DECT/Skype phone - world's first review : Page - 4/4


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