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Discussion in 'Networking' started by jpalonso, Dec 19, 2011.

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  1. jpalonso

    jpalonso Thread Starter

    Feb 27, 2005
    I don't yet have a "Home Network". But I do have something close. Let me explain myself as to the fact that I am NOT a very tech savy person when it comes to networking, but I do have something that IS working for me now. I have my Comcast cable modem hooked up to a Netgear router that I am using as a switch. (the computors do NOT talk to each other).I have one computer, and X-box 360, and a PS3 hooked up to the 'OUT' terminal of the router/switch. they are right next to each other. The fourth terminal is hooked up to another computer in another room at the opposite end of the house. This is all wired. What I am trying to do is set up a wireless access point. I purchased a wireless access point switch (Netgear model WN604-100NAS)

    The question that I have is will I be able to take the fourth computer's cable and hook it up to this device and still be able to run another cable back from said device to the fourth computer, and will it function as a wireless access. What I'm trying to do is keep the same setup that I now have and add wireless to it. Any suggestions would be helpful.
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