On Friday 16 January 2004 20:41, Garth Fitzmaurice wrote:
> If someone has a similar setup working at home, any advice as to which
> make/model of router/access point and any difficulties they had in
> configuration/operation would be greatly appreciated.
I'm no expert, but I have a desktop
with a broadband connection to the Internet
(thank you, Sir Anthony),
and have a second independent WiFi network
(and a third ethernet network).
I just have a PCI WiFi card in my desktop
(actually, a PCI-to-PCMCIA adaptor with PCMCIA card in it).
I'm not sure if an access point is worth it for a home system.
But they may be cheaper now?
As I said, I'm no expert, and there probably is a better setup.
But this one seems quite simple to me.
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