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A wireless broadband router such as the DLink DI-624+ is intended for sharing a broadband connection, but could it also be used to share a 56K analogue or ISDN connection?
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You can share any Dailup/ISDN connection, as long as the router has that type of connction, the it can be shared.

Check on the manufacture's web site for types of connectors on the device you're looking at.

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