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Old July 17th 03, 10:08 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Compfix
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Can anyone recommend a wireless access device and nics to connect into a
switch to allow a couple of laptops to be used on a home network.

TIA
Bob


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Old July 18th 03, 09:21 AM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Alan
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Default wireless access point

I use Netgear's
WG602 WAP and for the laptop WG511 both giving 802.11g and working quite
well (after finding the optimum siting for the wap)

"Compfix" wrote in message
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Can anyone recommend a wireless access device and nics to connect into a
switch to allow a couple of laptops to be used on a home network.

TIA
Bob




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Old July 18th 03, 05:28 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Compfix
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Default wireless access point

Thanks Alan. Simply are doing an offer of half price WG511 NIC if bought
with WG602 :-)

Bob

"Alan" wrote in message
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I use Netgear's
WG602 WAP and for the laptop WG511 both giving 802.11g and working quite
well (after finding the optimum siting for the wap)

"Compfix" wrote in message
...
Can anyone recommend a wireless access device and nics to connect into a
switch to allow a couple of laptops to be used on a home network.

TIA
Bob







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Old July 18th 03, 07:29 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Alan
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Default wireless access point

That's where I got mine from with the same bargain grin
I run the WG602 via a dg814 and bought a long Ethernet cable, so the WG602
is the other end of the room with the DG814 in it.

"Compfix" wrote in message
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Thanks Alan. Simply are doing an offer of half price WG511 NIC if bought
with WG602 :-)

Bob

"Alan" wrote in message
...
I use Netgear's
WG602 WAP and for the laptop WG511 both giving 802.11g and working quite
well (after finding the optimum siting for the wap)

"Compfix" wrote in message
...
Can anyone recommend a wireless access device and nics to connect into

a
switch to allow a couple of laptops to be used on a home network.

TIA
Bob









 




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