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Adding wireless in a wired home

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by gbailey75, Aug 23, 2008.

  1. gbailey75

    gbailey75 Guest

    I have a wired "network." really just Internet connection, in my home. In the basement, I have a Netopia DSL modem connected to a Linksys BEFRS81 v. 3 ethernet Cable/DSL router/8-port switch. Cat 5 cables are attached to the router, then run throughout the house so we are "networked" to the DSL modem and use a patch cord from laptop or desktop into the wall to get to the Internet.

    Where I have an issue is that I would like to connect my BEFWF11S4 V2 wireless access point router on the main floor of the house so we can use our laptops in any room.

    Can anyone provide guidance or instructions on how to set this up so I can get the wireless signal going?? Thanks.
     
  2. HennieM

    HennieM Network Guru Member

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