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Summary

What's the use of a wireless network without handy Internet software? If you're used to dialing up your ISP over an analog 56-kbps modem, you're probably going to need to make some changes to the way your e-mail client and Web browser connect over your network. If you haven't used instant messaging, you might find that your shared Internet connection offers a good reason to try chat software that can be used for fun and profit. The rate at which your network transfers data can vary greatly, so consider using Qcheck, an effective way to gauge network speed. Finally, if your ISP uses a feature called PPPoE, you can set up your router to handle this task automatically in order to share your connection without logging in from each computer on the wireless network.


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