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
I have internet access through 3G/4G USB dongle direct into my Ubuntu 10.04 box. Works great! Now I would like to share this connection out through my Netgear WGR614 wireless (and wired) router. Any clues?
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 believe i have tried every trick in the book !
I am able to access my router from my ubuntu desktop but not even a single site on the internet.
i have installed the drivers for my pci wifi card following this procedure : http://steveswinsburg.wordpress.com/2011/03/12/how-to-install-a-d-link-d...
Earlier it didn't connect to the internet and kept prompti
Just got a new internet connection. I want to run a cable to my wireless router, like I had before. But for some reason my wireless router isnt getting the internet signal. Wireless devices can connect, but cant access the internet. Oddly, I can run a cable from the wireless router to my pc and get internet through there.
I just installed Kubuntu 12.04 on a new computer with an Asus motherboard containing onboard NIC. The onboard NIC is enabled in BIOS. I don't happen to have a spare network card to test with. The internet connection is via a D-Link router, either wired or wireless via T-Link USB wireless adapter. The internet connection works fine for other computers on the network (2 wired and 1 wireless).