"Wanted" a WiFi Router that will work on MSN Dial Up telephone line Se

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T Lee Buyea Fla.News Service

"Wanted" a WiFi Router that will work on MSN Dial Up telephone line
Service. a WiFi Router that will support 802.11b/g connections I am
willing to pay a fair $ price or trade new or good used items worth much
more for it. Please contact me at (e-mail address removed) or Ph: 305 967
0594 Noon to midnight the best times for phone calls Help me get from
only having this WebTV computer terminal at home and also be able to use
my new Android touch screen tablet at home not just at McDonalds
  Tom, Miami, Fl.
Thank you
 
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Paul

T said:
"Wanted" a WiFi Router that will work on MSN Dial Up telephone line
Service. a WiFi Router that will support 802.11b/g connections I am
willing to pay a fair $ price or trade new or good used items worth much
more for it. Please contact me at (e-mail address removed) or Ph: 305 967
0594 Noon to midnight the best times for phone calls Help me get from
only having this WebTV computer terminal at home and also be able to use
my new Android touch screen tablet at home not just at McDonalds
Tom, Miami, Fl.
Thank you

Devices which interwork with dial up networking, were always
a niche technology. That means, in any given year, you might
only see one or two products for sale. This would be a box, with
dial up networking on one side, and a nicer LAN technology on the
other side.

The chances of finding a pre-manufactured item like this
are slim to none. There is too small a market now, for
any new item with DUN on one side.

But, you can build a *custom* solution, using a regular computer,
Wifi hardware, dialup modem. All it takes is an OS that can handle
routing, to build a solution (Linux is free and can do the job, Windows
costs money and can do the job). Then, it's a matter of how much
electricity your invention uses, while performing this function.
Refinements would include, reducing mechanical components, so
there are fewer things to wear out. But for a first
approximation, you could use a regular computer you already own, as
a prototype, to get the concept working.

If you could find a Linux based router, that takes mini-PCI
or mini-PCI Express cards, and could place a dialup modem in
the slot, I suppose that would come close to a power
efficient platform. And then, you'd need good control and
access to the Linux OS in the router, to get the dialup
networking operating properly.

Good luck,
Paul
 

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