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Networking with a Netcomm NB5Plus4W?

Hi I own a Acer Apsire 1640 laptop, an Netcomm NB5Plus4W router/ADSL modem and an custom built computer that doesn't have any network ports.I plug the USB cable from the Netcomm NB5Plus4W modem into the custom built desktop and the Enthernet cable into mya laptop.Is their anyway to create a home network like this?Or would i need to purchase a USB to Enthernet cable for my desktop computer?

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