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Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by cmw44, Dec 10, 2005.

  1. cmw44

    cmw44 Network Guru Member

    Can this device be connected to my router wirelessly? If so, what do I need?
  2. PedrosPad

    PedrosPad Network Guru Member

  3. Sbelew

    Sbelew Network Guru Member

    A Wireless bridge will do the trick, preferably a G. Using 1 myself for a similar application. Not sure what the cost difference is between the bridge and the game adapter.
  4. cmw44

    cmw44 Network Guru Member

    Thanks both of you. All adds to the total cost. What I would really like is something that has NSLU2 functionality but doesn't require a $60 piece of kit to connect it to a wireless network. Can't have everything, I suppose.
  5. PedrosPad

    PedrosPad Network Guru Member

    My standard NSLU2 is accessible from my wireless laptop as the unit is cabled into my wireless router. The NSLU2 unit itself doesn't have to be wireless.

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