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For the Wireless Access Point which is newer the G or the N? What would be a good website to buy a Configurable Wireless Access Point with B G N

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N is newer, and has more capabilities. But G will be around for awhile.

As for best buys, that's just going to be a search and hunt thing. Deals change everyday.

But many times, I look to Amazon, Ebay, and use "router deals" or "router rebates" or similar in a Google search.

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I lost my installation cd to my level one wbr-5400 wireless router. how can i install the software without it?


Sadly, CP Tech's website does not have much self-service tech support where you could download the drivers. Although, they do have email and phone number information where you can reach out and they might email you the link to the download page or email you the drivers to the router. Worst case, consider buying a router from a better known tech company that provides better tech support access online (D-Link, Netgear, or Linksys). The newer routers have plug and play features making the need for drivers unnecessary. Good luck.

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The wireless internet of my 450tc1 is not working propoerly. I think it might be configuration problem, can someone please help me? Also this wireless range is so short that I can even use it in another...


You need an access point.

I can help you solve the problem with more details, reply to robert_hung@hotmail.com

There are multiple options depending on what are your needs.

You will need an access point with a more powerful router.

I can get you a good one router at a low price.

Not trying to sell you something, just help you with OEM prices with a network distributor I have an account with. I trust their products, CHECK on TP-LINK.

Otherwise, feel free to buy any wireless router with access point

God Bless You!!

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My Thomson Gateway provided by Plusnet can only connect wirelessly when my IBM Thinkpad R40e laptop is in the same room. The signal cannot penetrate a sold partition wall? Any Ideas? If you go into the...


Well, it is odd that your signal cannot penetrate the wall, because it should. If you do not want to move it, then you can just go and buy a wireless access point, or another wireless router to you as an access point to extend your wireless network (if you decide to buy another wireless router, go by what speed you want in that room that you currently don't have a wireless connection in).
A wireless access point will usually cost more than a wireless router, but is much more simple to install.
Here is a site to help with generally setting up a wireless router as an access point.
However, I would recommend getting a linksys wireless router, so that all you need to do is disable DHCP, set the SSID to the same one as on your first router, change the channel so that each router is atleast 2-3 apart from each other, and set a WEP/WPA (if desired). Once you have done this, simply connect the two routers with an ethernet cable through the switch ports. Not as hard as I probably made it sound (especially since it can all be done from the web application).
If you have anymore questions concerning this topic, feel free to leave a comment, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

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Wireless networking problem


Access points receive the wireless signal and re transmit it again.
Once you enter the web interface of the access point, you would have to connect it to your wireless network. Once that is done, you should be able to connect to the same network , with a stronger signal , from your access point
Thanks Ranjit

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At what frequency does this router work? The signal is typically very weak at a distance of twenty feet. My cordless phone experiences second-long interruptions when I use it in the part of the house...


This can very well be the case. The Dell TrueMobile 2300 Wireless Broadband Router is an 802.11b/g wireless access point, which means it operates in the 2.4 GHz spectrum. This is the same frequency that normal cordless phones and microwaves utilize.

See also this solution I posted regarding low signal strength.

There are two other ways to avoid interference. You can either change your network to the newer 802.11n standard or exchange your cordless phone to a system that operates in the 5.8 GHz range. I personally went the second way some time ago, because it was less expensive to buy a new phone system (good ones cost ~ 50$) than to exchange my router and all wireless network cards (~ 150$).

If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

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How to set up a secured net work


It depends on how many users you have. when setting up a network with less than 12 users I like to turn on mac address filtering on my wireless access point. That way only machines you enter into the access list can connect to your access point.

If you also want encryption then just turn on WEP ecnryption and make up an encryption key. you will need to enter the key on every device. This way part of the required connection information is on the access point and part of the information is on the user device.

I know some of the newer automatic key sharing protocols are fancier but if you only have a few users then I think it is better to keep it simple.

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Can I use a D-Link DI 634M as an access point?


Sure you can! As you can with any wireless router pretty much.

1. Assign the new router (AP) to an IP on your subnet that's not your existing router's IP... i.e. 192.168.0.2
2. Disable the DHCP server on the "AP"
3. Create a new wireless network on the "AP"
4. Plug your existing network/router into a LAN port

DO NOT USE THE WAN PORT

Voila! You have an access point!

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Wireless ethernet from a wired router?


You can buy a wireless access point to plug into your router. The thing is, you can buy a new router with wireless built in for about the same price. It's up to you to shop and compare.

In either case, you will need to configure the wireless, and create a WEP key to share with the wireless in the computer(s). The new wireless will come with instructions.


If you find my suggestions to be helpful, please share with us some details so that others may benefit from knowing the whole story. Thank you!

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How can I make a password for my D-Link 520T Router?


If you wanna go wireless and your router is not wireless, you can simply buy a wireless access point. Connect it to your router and it will give you wireless service, hence your laptop can connect wirelessly now. You can just buy a D-link wireless access point.

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Wireless network


lmks6666,


so,ur toshiba is the newer one,right?,anyway,as to my source, "wireless n" is not a thing from the past,instead,its a new version(whatever it is,just got to the point it is newer) of a wireless..
of corz u can set up a wireless connection in ur home ..and its ur choiz if ud buy a new laptop or just buy a adapter for ur older pc..it depends on what wud u preder for..
hope i did help.. =)

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