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FS:- 22MBPS Wireless Broadband Router (802.11b+ 22mbps)-Blueyonder/ntl

Discussion in 'Cable TV & Virgin Media TV' started by ferris57, Mar 19, 2005.

  1. ferris57

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    802.11b+ Origo wireless cable router (22Mbps- twice the speed of bog standard 802.11b and 20% more range but still fully compatible with 802.11b and G). Ideal for sharing internet and streaming media.

    Here's a link:

    http://www.kanection.co.uk/product.php/177/58/

    Cracking router, loads of features and very easy to use. 100% reliable. Moving to dial up country in a few weeks- - so no need for it anymore.

    £30 inc insured delivery. Can take cheque or bank transfer. Advertised elsewhere.

    Location: Edinburgh
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    Hi,
    if I wanted to stream Internet and Audio throughout the house what else would I need?

    I assume a modem with ethernet connection and a media connection at hi-fi?

    Any info would help decide if this item is right for me.

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    hi there. yes you would need a cable modem (i.e ntl/telewest) and an ethernet cable which you would connect to the router. You then effectively have a wireless network set up which you can connect as many pc/laptops or wi-fi media streamers as you like.

    Any pc/laptop that you wish to connect wirelessly also needs some sort of wireless access point (usually usb or pci).

    This allows sharing of media, files, internet and printer. To stream media to your hi-fi you need to either connect one of your pc/laptop's directly to your hi-fi or use a wi-fi media streamer such as this:

    http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/sto...1&category_oid=-21422&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null

    Hope this helps :)
     
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    now pending on another forum.
     

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