You could always save the initial cost of a router and use ICS built into
windows. It does mean that the connected pc has to be left on though .....
"Nicholas" wrote in message
> I've been a bellsouth DSL customer since they started offering it in my
> area 4 years ago. I still have the original Alcatel USB modem that came
> with the service. I would like to setup a wireless network at home but
> all the routers seem to be ethernet. Bellsouth wants $150 for a new
> ethernet DSL modem. Is there any unit that is DSL modem and router in
> one? I've heard of a USB to ethernet converter but can't find it at
> CompUSA or Best Buy. Any help here will be appreciated.
> >> Stay informed about: USB DSL modem?