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Problem with Windows Server 2000 and Verizon DSL (Router recommendations)

Posted on 2004-04-26
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I can't get Verizon DSL to work with my Windows Server 2000 box directly (works find behind a router) because the software doesn't run on Windows Server 2000 for some reason.  Can anyone recommend the cheapest home router that can automatically logon to the web for me?  (doesn't need to be wireless).
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Hi,

You can use a D-Link DI-604, it's a 4-port broadband router with the ability to input your Verizon username & password.  I've seen them for around $50.

Hope this helps,

Charlie T.
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