Question about Belkin (F5D5231-4) Router
I have a 3 or 4 year old wired Belkin 4-port cable/dsl gateway router with one open port (works great - 3 pc's attached). Can anyone recommend a wireless access point to plug into the open port (my kids want to access online gaming with their Wii about 60 feet away through several walls). I think the Wii needs something with IEEE 802.11b. Thanks
I have had good luck with the NetGear Rangemax WPN824. It has multiple
antennas that are supposed to provide better range, and your kids will
like the blue blinking lights.
Nintendo has a list of incompatible wireless routers:
and the Rangemax is not incompatible.
Wii can use 802.11B or G.
Since the Rangemax is both a wireless access point and a router (with 4 ethernet ports), you can just replace your existing router rather than plugging this router into your other one.
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