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Belikin adapters and a wireless gateway

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I already have a router. I need to have my desktop computers wirelessly connection to the existing router. I see that I can order Belikin wireless adapters. Can you tell me which wireless gateway (not router) I can use to point the Belkin wireless adapters to?

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If your router is not wireless capable you need to add "wireless access point" on your network so that your wireless computers will be able to connect wirelessly to your network. You can buy WAP54G of Linksys or other brand of WAP(wireless access point).

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