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I have a phone extender that extends several kilometers and can be used to dial-up a connection remotely. Recently I subscribed for a DSL connection. Is it still possible to use my wireless phone extender for DSL?
What is the best way to block an IP address on the Internet? I am using Windows XP Pro with DSL service.