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Ethernet to USB????

Discussion in 'Games' started by vwRepoman, Oct 2, 2003.

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  1. vwRepoman

    vwRepoman Thread Starter

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    I just purchased a PS2 network adapter
    and i can't plug it into my intel pro dsl 3200 modem
    the problems is the network adapter has Ehternet plug and
    my modem has USB ???
    any idea how to get it to work or any ideas on a new modem that
    will work with Qwest DSL????
    Thanks
     
  2. cahallmxj

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    hmm you would proably be better off posting this question in the networking forum. But i imagine the anwser is going to come down to getting a router and hooking the computer up to it and then the modem and then the PS2 up. Im not sure on the details but there can be some settings problems
     
  3. tazza_0712

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    Hi,

    maybe you should try the PS2 web site if you already havent.

    Tazza
     
  4. Kevbum522

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    USB eh? Well, i haven't heard of many DSL modems just having usb... Most have a usb and a ethernet hookup. Check your modem again and make sure that it doesn't have an rj-45 jack in it.
     
  5. McTimson

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    My DSL modem has USB, but it also has an RJ-45 jack as well. If your modem doesn't have an RJ-45 jack, then return the modem and get one that does.
     
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