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wireless LAN 4 Dream?

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something like THIS i think would work

I want something like that, would work for the 360 as well i hope. i think it would actually be used but at the moment I cannot justify spending 40 quid on it
 
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Kruger

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a bit pricy,

get a 2nd router and use the WDS or get a buffalo airstation and flash with dd-wrt and use the WDS, this is what i have done and works great and have excellent wifi all about my home

router here

edit, lol posted as postd this never seen cheaper option.
 
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Mark,
Which box are you connecting- your 7025 or 500?
Reason i ask is the new LT5 image for the 7025 has WLAN functionality using a WLAN USB stick.
Sticks with Zydas ZD1211B & RAlink RT73 chipsets are supported apparently.
 

Mark_The_Yid

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Mark,
Which box are you connecting- your 7025 or 500?
Reason i ask is the new LT5 image for the 7025 has WLAN functionality using a WLAN USB stick.
Sticks with Zydas ZD1211B & RAlink RT73 chipsets are supported apparently.
I've actually just replaced my 7025 with a 600 which is the one I am trying to connect. Got rid of 7025 due to persistent cam issues.
 

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If you router support wireless G then it supports B as well.

I would say that you might find B not quick enough to stream video (I assume that is what you are tring to do). Stick with at least G, its not much extra.
 

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Have a look at this thread. It's often cheaper to go with a full router with custom firmware than a dedicated wireless bridge device. Plus you get a lot more options (multiple devices connected, dedicated firewall etc).

edit: Just ssen Kruger's answer, and this is essentially the same.
 
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Mark_The_Yid

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Have a look at this thread. It's often cheaper to go with a full router with custom firmware than a dedicated wireless bridge device. Plus you get a lot more options (multiple devices connected, dedicated firewall etc).

edit: Just ssen Kruger's answer, and this is essentially the same.
interesting thread. I think I'll give that a go.
 
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