In article <harris-077C1C.15331722062003juggl7.zk3.dec.com>,
Bob Harris <harriszk3.dec.com> wrote:
> If you have more than one Mac to connect, I would suggest some kind of
> Cable/DSL router between you and the DSL connection providing NAT
> services to help keep the nasties out of you household network, and to
> allow you to have more than one system use your internet connection.
I have DSL that uses PPPoE via a local provider that goes through
Verizon (in Manhattan). I have not been able to connect my Asante FR1004
router to the DSL modem, however. How did you set up the ...