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Old 04-30-2003, 04:47 AM
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Default Control 24 and wireless internet connectivity

I have an older graphite airport base station sitting in a drawer. It never seemed to work with my Macs at home connected to a cable modem. It was necessary to purchase the snow base station. I'd like to put it to use.
I have a Control 24 connected to my Quicksilver 867 at the studio. DSL is available.
Is anyone using a graphite base station sucessfully with a similiar setup to acheive internet connectivity with their Pro Tools computer?
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