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techdude

Standard Member
i am going to buy the netgear wgt 624 wireless cable router and a usb netgear wireless adapter.i have only one pc which has a standard connection to a cable(telewest modem).i want to move my pc to a seperate room from my modem-but i have noticed on the setups that i have seen that i would have to leave my main pc in the same place because the router would have to connect to the pc via an ethernet cable and the router would then connect to the modem via a ethernet cable.is this correct as this is sending me crazy.............please help me!!!!!!!!
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EndlessWaves

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The wireless link is an alternative to the ethernet cable between the router and the PC.

(The router will have to be connected to the modem using an ethernet cable)
 

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