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Old 02-24-2008, 08:18 AM
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Default What gear do I need for a wireless Network

Hi, I am new to wireless networking and every shop i go into to get information gives me a different set of requirements so I'm confused.
I am trying to network with my son who lives about 350mtrs away with clear line of site. We live in the country so there are no other houses close by. He has a wireless internet connection that we would like to share. his PC is connected directly to the internet connection. The Internet box has about 4 other unused ports on it. what I need to know is what bits I need to make it all work. I have seen the posts on the various antenna's and will probably start with one of those at each house. The antenna at my end can be connected directly into a USB port on my PC. any help will be appreciated.:
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Old 03-05-2008, 11:41 PM
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Read my reply, maybe it answers your question

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Old 03-08-2008, 09:08 AM
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Default Wireless internet for 7 km and less cheap

Hey you can do that easly just use 2 of the Product Name:ASU-24005g
Product Class:Long Range Wireless LAN system
Features: ASU-24005g 2.4GHz, 802.11g , Fighter Outdoor Long Range WLAN
Set one on Ap and the other on wireless client. they will work up to 7km in a line of sight application and are under $200 each.The unit set on AP actually will support 125 of the wireless clients and now most laptops will work on this with in 1/2 km from the AP. Just email the guys at www.zigwire.net if you need any help
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Old 03-19-2008, 09:42 AM
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I found a nice article about this ...it may useful to u ....

Wifi pune, Wi-fi Pune, Pune Unwire - 10 tips for improving your wireless network
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Old 03-21-2008, 08:10 AM
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Create Your Own Hotspot (Using DD-WRT)

From the department of "everything you need to know you learned in kindergarten," it is good to share. It can even be good for business. But sharing your wireless Internet access out-of-the-box can leave your network vulnerable and without any controls over user activity.

Whether you want to share with family, neighbors, co-workers, or customers, a wireless hotspot can give you say over how and when your wireless access is used. You can also use the opportunity to promote products or services to guests of your wireless system or, in some setups, even bill them for their usage.

Any wireless router will typically "share" your Internet connection with nearby wireless users, but if you want to regulate sharing, you need a hotspot. One way to create a hotspot is by using the powerful, free, and open source DD-WRT firmware loaded onto a compatible router, such as the Linksys WRT54G.

For more go to .......

Wifi pune, Wi-fi Pune - Create Your Own Hotspot (Using DD-WRT)

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