Can I use a Linksys WCG200 with an ADSL/Wireless ISP?

I have a Linksys WCG200 Wireless-G Cable Gateway (HW version 1.2b, SW version that I have previously used to great satisfaction with Comcast cable. I hardwire my desktop to it and use wireless to connect to a Linksys WUSB54GP on my wife's desktop and a Linksys WPC55AG on a laptop.

I recently relocated to a somewhat more remote area without cable so I'm back to dialup (YUK!) but still use the Linksys products to do file and printer sharing in my home. Cal-Ore

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has announced that it intends to soon provide "ADSL/Wireless" service in my area.

My question: Will I be able to use the WCG200 to access Cal-Ore's ADSL/Wireless service as I had previously used it with cable or will I need to purchase a new gateway device? If the latter, what Linksys product would be a drop-in sustitute for the WCG200 and provide all of the features I have previously and currently enjoyed?


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Michael R. Kesti
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On Sat, 15 Jul 2006 10:06:26 -0700, "Michael R. Kesti" wrote in :

  1. Replace the WCG200 with a new wireless router and connect it to the DSL modem.
  2. Use the WCG200 as a wireless access point (instead of as a router, as described in the How To below) connected to a new wired router connected in turn to the DSL modem.
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