When I got Verizon DSL, they said they didn't support OS X. What that meant was that their techies had no clue about OS X. It didn't mean that I couldn't run the DSL on X. The same thing was true of the Netgear Router I got a while ago, which didn't support Mac at all--again that meant that their techies didn't know Macs, but it didn't mean that I couldn't run the Router from my Mac (using OS 9 when I first got it). I'm sure there are people on here who have AT&T cable on their Macs. Maybe someone can verify that it actually works.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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