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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-08-2009, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hi guys,

Searched everywhere couldnt find a thread so I geuss Ill make one


I got "USB INTERNET"

USB wireless so to speak.

Anywho.. I want to basicly.. Plug the usb wireless into my PC. Duh, Im online woohoo yay.

But then I ahve to take that usb key out.. and go to another PC, to plug it in, to get online with that pc.

Its a hassle..


How do I route that internet and make my whole house wireless?
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Wrong forum, this is for a tool routers.

If your 2nd computer does not have wireless built in you will need that USB adapter on the 2nd computer to accept the signal.

It sounds like you already have a wireless signal through the house already or the USB would not work.

Take a look around here, the page has everything you need, router and USB receiver adapters:

http://www.netgear.com/Products/Rout...rs/WGT624.aspx

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Use skis...
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That's right Skiis are always the answer!
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'ang on 'ere... mebbe the chap's onto something!

Just think, a USB router: Draw the piece you want to make in 3-d, instant CNC routing!

If we want to capture the Mac crowd, we can switch the interface to Firewire!

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