Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by cmw44, Dec 10, 2005.
Can this device be connected to my router wirelessly? If so, what do I need?
A wireless game adapter should work.
"The Wireless-G Game Adapter gives any wired Ethernet-equipped game console wireless connection capabilities."
The connected device doesn't know it's not connected directly into a router. See http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Sate...686725&pagename=Linksys/Common/VisitorWrapper
However I doubt this is the only or cheapest solutuon.
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.
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.
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.