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This book outlines everything people need to make the move from a dial-up connection to an always-on DSL or cable Internet connection that is up to forty times faster than a standard modem connection. Nielsen estimated there were thirty-nine million U.S. homes with broadband access in April 2003. Gaskin explains available broadband options, shows how to pick the right one, describes wireless alternatives inside and outside of buildings, details how to connect more than one computer to a home broadband connection, and provides information about securing your wireless network. This new Desktop Edition format provides need-to-know coverage of all topics related to broadband home networking in an easy-to-use format that will appeal to novices and techies alike. Offers a useful customer service FAQ and a Web directory appendix that lists Web sites for additional utilities, tools, games, and more
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