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cheers to those who help me sort out my sound card got it sorted. so next ques. Can you get a network router to have both RJ45 cable and wireless linked up to it?Huh
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Registered: 04-04-2007

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The best bet would be to get a wireless router which will allow your ADSL to be shared with wired and wireless machines. Otherwise you will need a wireless access point for your wireless devices. Do you already have the kit, if so what are you using?

Chris
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There are a few 'all in one' units
newly reased / about to be released, from different manufacturers,
eg Netgear DG834G, Linksys, Draytek etc.
if this is what your after.
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hey no i was just wandering cus a friend had mentioned to me about gettin one for ther house and i had never heard or seen them. we dont have one at the mo wot one wud u recomend?
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I think I'd go for the Netgear DG834G, There's
been a few minor issues with firmware initially ,
but these will be addressed soon with a new firmware release.
The Draytek is a great product too but a bit expensive, it does
have a print server though so something to consider.
This too has had some minor niggles on release
requiring updated firmware.
Linksys are a great manufacturer and their product
seems very well priced, but as it's not yet been released
it's too early to tell.
As these are new products the best advice would probably be wait a
few weeks for things to settle down.
I would'nt go for the old 802.11b products, too slow in comparison.
This link gives some other options to consider.
Alec
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Registered: 05-04-2007

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I'd just like to remind everyone that Belking do a 54g wireless + 4 port ADSL router combination device as well. While it's not dirt cheap, I recommend it, as I already have a similar product (a gateway) which I rank very highly.

The information is here.

Thomas