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What do I need to setup a dial up connection?

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Hey guys, I'm trying to figure out what i'll need to hook up a dial up modem like what cords do I need and what type of modem to install. thanks
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You take a phone cord, an plug it into your wall. Unless your planning on not interrupting your phone connection and such and using a modem, but why would you? Its dial up.
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You would need a regular dial-up telephony modem, 54k baud or something. As for cables, like retrospect said, just regular phone cables should be fine. I don't think there are special dial-up cables, and if there are, I don't think they'd be worth more than regular cables.
    
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You need just one double ended male phone cable, phone numbers for your ISP, and a username/password to log in.
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Sorry to hear your on dial-up. Run the cord from the wall to your 56K modem. If you want to use that line for the phone too, there should be an "out" line from the modem to your phone too, I think...
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