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Topic # 95909 16-Jan-2012 18:26
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I just found an old Dynalink RTA-220 in a box in a cupboard, with a couple of ADSL filters. Would it still work? Would anyone want it if it does, for the cost of postage?




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  Reply # 569617 16-Jan-2012 20:12
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Actually my brother wants it, but would like to know if it's likely to still work.




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  Reply # 569630 16-Jan-2012 20:44
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Should still work, just not ADSL2+, so maybe only ~5mbps sync rate.

That was my first dsl modem, back when jetstream speeds were 256/128kbps :D



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  Reply # 569643 16-Jan-2012 21:00
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Ta :)




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  Reply # 569669 16-Jan-2012 21:45
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Got an older 020 here and it still works :)

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