On 30 Jan, 17:39, "Peter Pan" <pponvistaNOS...@MarcAlanNOSPAM.Info>
> "Eps" <newsgro...@epscylonb.com> wrote in message
> In computer terms, a "wireless bridge" connects two existing networks
> wirelessly, in gaming terms it refers to bridging a wired net interface to
> an existing wireless network....
> if you get a computer marketed/termed "wireless ethernet bridge" it will be
> the wrong thing for your game console/xbox to do what you want...
Eps: Listen to Peter Pan. He is correct. What you want is a box that
is able to function as a client to connect to your wireless access
point. You do NOT want a regualar access point, as they can only
function as a server for wireless clients. Some access points are able
to function as a client and some (rare) is only able to function as a
client. Most common is waps that only function as a server. I don't
want to say that it doesn't matter what brand you chose when found
some that can be a client, but that is not far from the truth.