So i have a wireless internet card on my pc to get access to my router. I was wondering how much of the connection this card takes up
i have a 10mbps internet
my card is netgear WG111v3
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My friend lives in an apartment and has an ipod that need wifi to access the internet. The apartment does not have internet connection. This may be a stupid question, but he wants to buy a wireless router to access the internet. We are getting different answers about using a router. Can a router be used or even useful if the apartment doesn't have internet access?
I have 2 Netgear routers. One is connected to my broadband and works fine using Wifi. The other I have specifically to connect to a WD MybookliveDUO NAS drive via over a wired connection from my PC; again this works fine and I have superfast access the the NAS rather than using a slower Wifi connection to it.
I was trying to connect internet using D-Link Wireless Data Modem USB Card from my new Ubantu Desk top system. The system requirement of the Card includes Ubantu 10.04 or higher. But the USB Card does not interact with the Ubantu system, when it interacts with a Windows XP System and provides internet connection.