802.11g the way I should be going?? NOVICE

  stugra 21:39 14 Mar 05
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I am thinking of buying the D-Link DSL-G604T 54Mbp Wireless ADSL Router w/DWL-G122 USB Adapter.

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Is the 802.11g standard what I should be looking for?

All I want to do is have my PC away from my telephone socket.

I am a novice, so do you know of any good simple networking guides on the internet for dummies please??

Many thanks

  JonnyTub 21:45 14 Mar 05

for general browsing 802.11b is more than enough, i have a 1 mbit broadband connection and often achieve 150 kbps! download speed so 802.11b is more than fast enough for my browsing needs, however, if i want to share a file with the desktop it can take an age if it's large and therefore i'm considering upgrading to 802.11g.

  JonnyTub 21:46 14 Mar 05

As for networking guides, you've already got one, this forum, let usknow what gear you plump for and someone will guide you through.

  spikeychris 21:50 14 Mar 05

802.11g is backwards compatible so yeah its a good idea to go for that. Get the kit and use the software it ships with. If you have problems post here. click here for a guide.

  spikeychris 21:51 14 Mar 05

Didn't see you there Jonny

  TonyM 11:24 15 Mar 05

re Speed - even 802.11b is 11 times faster (11 megabits a second ) than a 1meg broadband connection so your speed of browsing is limited by the BB connection not your Wifi card ...

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