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Discussion in 'All other topics' started by viper8437, Jun 20, 2004.

  1. viper8437

    viper8437 Regular member

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    i currently have 2 wirelessly internet connected computers in my house
    the porblem is that one of the computers is far from the base and has a weak, sometimes non-exisistant connection
    so i was going to buy a bridge to boost the signal strength, the only problem is i cant find one in stores made by netgear
    i have found one made by linksys, so would this be compatible with my neatgear setup?
    and also, if anyone has a bridge, how do you set it up?
     
  2. 321sucker

    321sucker Regular member

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    Cant you use a netgear wireless router as a switch by porting only in the inside (LAN) interfaces and not suing the outside (WAN) interface.
     
  3. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    viper8437,

    You could always call linksys. 800-326-7114(hopefully your in the U.S. or Canada)
     

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