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 Wi-Fi Vs. Wireless LAN?

Answer Both the terms Wi-Fi and Wireless LAN, or WLAN, refer to a wireless networking technology. If a product or service is called specifically Wi-Fi, it has been certified as meeting the Wi-Fi Alliance'... Read More »
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Can I use a wireless router to connect a PC (no Wireless Adapter) to a wireless network?

I understand what you are trying to do.Most routers can not be used this way.For some routers (e.g., older LinkSys WRT54G models) you can find third-party alternative firmware (e.g. DDWRT). This a... Read More »
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Do you still need a wireless hub connector for a Compaq laptop that has a built-in wireless 801.11?

On One Hand: Ad-Hoc and Direct ConnectionsIf you want to connect to another nearby computer that also has a wireless adapter, you do not need a hub or router. This is called an "Ad-Hoc Network." Wi... Read More »
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Does a laptop wireless card work the same with a wireless router?

A wireless network connection works the same with a desktop as it does with a laptop wireless card. Wireless cards are built-in or pushed into a slot on the laptop. The signal goes through the air ... Read More »
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Can I get ethernet service from a wireless signal through a wireless router?

No. Your spare wireless router will only transmit the network connection, it won't receive a network signal and send it back out through the wired ports... you would need an access point device to ... Read More »
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