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RJ11 and thinnet

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Just got a PowerBook 3400 and much to my dismay, there seems to be no easy way to hook up with our office thinnet network. The 3400 has a RJ11 port and nowhere can I fin a transverter that will connect RJ11 with thinnnet.  What can I do other than buy a PC card with the appropriate connect?
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There will be only to ways. You can bue a card as you mentioned or you have to use an hup which can convert RJ11 to thinwire.
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The 3400 has two PCMCIA slots on the left hand side of the machine near the back. This is typically used for ethernet and modem connections. Global Village has a PowerPort fax/modem/ethernet card that works very well. There must be a thinNet solution available from RJ45 ethernet, but I do not have that information at this time. Hope this helps.
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Bummer
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