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Hi,

I've just purchased a buffalo 125* high speed mode wireless cable / dsl router but my modem is a speedtouch 330 (usb connection) which I think is not compatible.

Can you recommed one which is?

Thanks

Ty
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Sadly, you'll need a USB-to-Ethernet adapter to use most routers out there.  They run about $30.
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