Which way's least problematic?

Discussion in 'Network Routers' started by J L Williams, Jun 3, 2005.

  1. J L Williams

    J L Williams Guest

    I've four PC's of various vintage but all running XP home or Pro. They
    are on a wired LAN using a Netgear DG814 modem/router/firewall. I want
    to move them into separate rooms and use a wireless set-up. The DG814 is
    close to 2 years old and has worked well. I'm trying to find out the
    easiest way for me to get this up and running.
    On trying to determine what is needed it sounds as if wireless routers
    don't come with a built in modem? Is that so? Is there a 'one best way'
    for me to go? I'll need a wireless card for each PC (that seems logical
    to me)?
    Many TIA
    J L Williams, Jun 3, 2005
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  2. J L Williams

    Travis Guest

    Verizon supplies a wireless modem router. It is a Westell 327W.
    Travis, Jun 3, 2005
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  3. J L Williams

    J L Williams Guest

    The message <7Q0oe.29$Kj3.24@trnddc03>
    Following your info I googled it and then got sidetracked (as you do)
    when another netgear came into view, a wireless one at that.
    It looks as if I'm now sorted after a long day. Many thanks.
    J L Williams, Jun 4, 2005
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