; Date: 2015-11-12 01:25
In this regard Chromebooks are no different than any other computer. There is nothing special required to connect a Chromebook to any network and use its facilities to get to the Internet.
My home Internet is provided by SonicDSL, and is a resold AT&T U-VERSE line. In other words, I am using AT&T DSL except it was sold to me by SonicDSL.
The AT&T U-VERSE box acts like a typical WiFi router except that it has an embedded DSL modem. From the standpoint of the computers I own — MacBook Pro, iPhone, iPad, and two Chromebooks — using this network for Internet access is the same. I turn on the computer, and start browsing the Internet, and that’s it. The U-VERSE router takes care of everything.
In short - so long as you have a properly configured WiFi router providing Internet access, a Chromebook will easily use that router. There is nothing special about AT&T DSL in this regard.