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AE56SP-R need driver for apache AE56SP-R modem.

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  • haim fialkov Mar 04, 2007

    we you buy modem, save your drivers.

  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2008

    need drivers

  • Anonymous May 31, 2008

    i need driver for my modem apache AE56SP-RA

  • psarasfr Jun 10, 2008

    apache modem ae56sp-r

  • mostafayasse Aug 02, 2008

    I need the divers for this product Pls Help

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Now to get you a DNS. Try out DynDNS. They have free services (which I myself use) and some services which cost money. Most likely you're after a domain name, so you're going to end up paying for your DNS services. However once you have an account you will want to forward any traffic dialing the DNS to your computer's IP Address.

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