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Can I share my network connection with a modem?

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#1 hippiekiller


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Posted 09 April 2009 - 05:44 PM

My father now works for the US Census and they have hand held devices they must carry around with GPS and the whole works. At the end of the day he's expected to hook this device to a phone line and transmit his time card data and his work for the day. The problem is that we don't have a phone connection at the house. We have DSL and this computer has a modem but is there a way to share an internet connection with a modem?? This job may be a temp job for him so spending close to $100 on a setup fee and 30 dollars a month is redicilus. Does anyone see a way around this???

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