I think this is another question so I'll try to answer it. If you're asking whether or not DSL will work without a phone line the answer is no. SO if you're moving to a temp place with no phoneline, then you can't get internet accessmainer said:
I guess, to explain further, I am looking to move to a temporary rent with no phone service. I can kinda sorta get DSL hook-up if the computer is compatible. My husband thinks that he was told when we bought it that it was not DSL compatible. We have no idea where or how to find out.
Certain DSL modems (including Westell), which may or may not be available through Codetel, have USB connectivity. That capability could save you the 30 to 40 euro cost of a NIC (ethernet) PC card.Robert said:DSL and Flash are the same thing.
You need to be within a certain distance of an exchange that has the necessary DSL equipment.
Your computer needs a network card.
Codetel will supply a DSL modem for a small monthly fee that plugs into the network card.
If you want to share your connection you just plug in a DSL router into the modem and everyone in the house can be on at the same time.
DSL works over a standard phone line (twin copper).