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DSL-500/CZ » User's Guide - The D-Link DSL-500/CZ is an ADSL router with an RJ-11 port and a single 10Mbps Ethernet port. The DSL-500/CZ provides a solution for connecting and sharing a high-speed DSL connection. The DSL-500/CZ uses the IP Routing feature to enable sharing of the hi
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