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    Uh.. how about DSL, i really want to know if you can axsess the internet and onlie games via DSL

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    Yeah, DSL will work. It's just like broadband except you usually have to have a satilite dish with DSL, as far as I understand it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Pi 3.14
    Uh.. how about DSL, i really want to know if you can axsess the internet and onlie games via DSL
    DSL Still runs through a standard CAT-5 cable so yes, you should have absolutely no problem.

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    DSL isn't a satellite from my experiences. Satellite internet uses satellites. ADSL/SDSL/DSL are cabled broadband services. Much like Cable, but with a lot less bandwidth, thus slower speeds.

    The only thing anyone has to worry about when connecting to the Wii-net, is whether or not they have a wireless router, or at least a router if you use the cable solution. Assuming you have a router connected to your dialup you should be able to connect aswell.
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    Ok I am sick of everyone bashing on dialup users. Some of us have absolutely no choice because dialup is all that is available here. We don't even have ISDN here and I would like to be able to play a mortal kombat game online. Surely nintendo won't leave the few of us out that still have to stick with dialup because I imagine a game like mortal kombat would be simple on dialup.

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    I'm on Dial Up myself and I have no choice. I can't afford on my budget to upgrade and the costs/download limits are terrible in Australia.


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