Question about Belkin N1 Wireless USB 2.0 Network Adapter (S6359026)
Can I add a in line wireless to my Linksys model BEFSX41 there are 4 ports wireed in and working, only 2 are being used. Can I connect a wireless device to one of the free J45 outlets?
To add wireless to your wired router, you need an Wireless Access point. And when you get it you have to set the MAC address of the router into the Wireless Access point, in order for them to talk to each other. An Access point will probably cost you more than it would if you purchased a new wireless router. I would buy a wireless router, and sell the wired router on Craig's list or something.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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