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Discussion in 'Networking' started by adelami jac, Jan 18, 2003.

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  1. adelami jac

    adelami jac Thread Starter

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    please, how do i go about wireless networking. i.e what are the materials to be bought and how do i connect them.
     
  2. pthres

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    What you need depends on your current network, if you currently have a hardwired network then you will need a WAP ( Wireless Access Point - something like this = http://www.dlink.com/products/digitalHome/wireless/11b+/dwl900ap+/ ) plugged into your existing network hub / switch / router.

    You will then need something like these = http://www.dlink.com/products/digitalHome/wireless/11b+/dwl520+/ for each system you want to add.

    If however you do NOT currently have an existing network then you will be able to just use the above cards without the WAP, you have the cards set-up in Ad-Hoc mode.

    How to network them is quite simple and instructions will be provided with the products when you buy them. If how ever they are not try here for instructions http://www.wown.com/


    Hope this helps
     
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    adelami jac Thread Starter

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    Dear pthres, I thank you very much. I will go and try it out and later come back to give you the feedback. adelami jac
     
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    Dear pthres, I thank you very much. I will go and try it out and later come back to give you the feedback.
     
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