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How to Hook Up a Wireless-N 300 Router & Wireless-N 300 USB Adapter to Make a Laptop Wireless
by Gerhard Miller in Computers
The Wireless-N 300 router and adapter kit from Netgear provides you with the necessary hardware to make your laptop wireless, if it does not include a built-in Wi-Fi antenna. The equipment uses Wireless-N technology to spread the connection from your DSL service to Wi-Fi devices in your home. The Wireless-N protocol features improved network stability and connection speeds and is backward compatib

How to View the Wireless Adapter Signal Strength While Running Wireless on Windows XP
by James Dio in Computers
Computer wireless network adapters use radio frequencies to establish the Internet connection (Wi-Fi). The performance and quality of a wireless connection significantly depends on the signal strength. Microsoft Windows XP includes a built in monitor of the wireless network connection status. This monitoring becomes available once you set up the wireless connection on your computer. Use Windows XP

How to Configure the Linksys Wireless Print Server With a Netgear Wireless Router
by Floubadour in Computers
A Linksys Wireless Print Server allows computers that are on the same wireless network to print wirelessly from the same printer. The Linksys Wireless Print Server will work with a Netgear wireless router as long as it is configured to connect to router's wireless network and the print server's IP address does not conflict with the router. The second condition is not really an issue, however, as

Can a Wireless Network Card work as a Wireless Access Point in Laptop
by jaredsmiller in Operating Systems

I have a laptop with wireless and LAN card. I have a wired Internet connection. Can I use my wireless network card as wireless access point and then bridge the lan and wireless connection. So that I can access the internet in other wireless devices like Ipod Touch.My OS is Windows XP.


How to Make a Wireless Ethernet Adapter Find a Wireless Camera
by sinisterDei in Computers
Computers have reached an age where cables are no longer necessary for connecting to outside hardware such as printers, scanners and even cameras. However, with the lack of a cable, the likelihood of problems increases, possibly causing the connection between the computer and hardware to disconnect. If you are trying to connect a wireless camera to a computer using a Ethernet adapter to receive th

iphone wireless connection, connectivity fails after turning wireless off/on again
by Ichinisan in Network & Servers

i have a pretty basic iphone app, makes some web calls with:

NSData *response = [NSURLConnection sendSynchronousRequest:request returningResponse:nil error:nil];

In testing, if I stop the app, turn off wireless, and restart the app (not kill and restart, just bring to foreground), I continue to get errors on any network url attempts. But other apps (safari, e

How to Connect a NextG PCMCIA Wireless Card to a Wireless Router
by Dan Lowe in Computers
The NextG PCMCIA wireless card is a laptop-based express PCI slot card that inserts into a notebook computer, giving it the ability to access a wireless Internet connection and providing a stronger signal strength than the wireless adapter already built into the computer (if one is currently installed). With the NextG PCMCIA wireless card, you can connect to wireless signals given by wireless rout

How to Make My Wireless Network Secure Using a WRT54G Wireless-G Router
by svn in Computers
The Linksys WRT54G is a wireless router. The device connects to the modem on your computer and broadcasts a local wireless signal. This signal can be detected by your computer and other nearby Wi-Fi devices. This is a great convenience, eliminating the need for wired connections, but unless you secure the network, any computer or device within range of your router can receive and utilize your wire

How to Boost Wireless Internet Speed Using Wireless N Access Point
by Theo in Internet
The Wireless Easy-N-Upgrader from TrendNet increases the home wireless internet speed 12 times and improves the coverage 6 times than a regular Wireless B or G Router. Other manufacturers like D-Link DIR 615, Linksys WRT160N wireless routers have similar performance. Also the 300Mbps Data Rate boosts the wireless internet speed significantly. There are various configuration and installation steps

What Is the Difference Between a Wireless-N Gigabit & Dual Band Wireless Router?
by cheese_doodle in Computers
The various wireless networking devices available on the market use a dizzying array of tech terms that aren't always clearly explained. Some routers are marketed as "Wireless-N Gigabit," while others that are labeled as "Wireless-N" also include the identifier "dual band." The difference between the two types of routers can cause a wide difference in their prices, so

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