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IMaC on Linksys router with IBM PC

Posted on 2003-03-27
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Last Modified: 2013-12-27
Can an IMAC co-exist on a home network that already has IBM PC's on it?

Using Linksys equipment.  Details, if any special would be appreciated.
Question by:Stardotstar
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Sure. Just plug it into the network. For sharing files use OS X's built in windows support. For putting it on the net through a router, the setup is exactly the same as for a PC.

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Thanks, will try.

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what if it is a wireless Linksys system?  I have an Imac with an airport card and it is conflicting with my pc.

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