can a NETGEAR WGR614 v5 wirelessly network??

  GEEKSTA 20:48 22 Oct 06

can a netgear router WGR614 V5 network without any wires??

  Danoh 22:16 22 Oct 06

a good clue would be if it says wireless on the box or there's an aerial sticking up

  Strawballs 22:23 22 Oct 06

click here= Yep

  Ashrich 22:26 22 Oct 06

Have got one up and running , wirelesly distributing broadband from a Voyager 205 , with an uptime of 15.5 months with no problems .


  GEEKSTA 22:49 22 Oct 06

yes but i mean networking from computer to computer??

  Ashrich 22:55 22 Oct 06

Yup , does that as well ! Enable file and print sharing on all computers and in Windows explorer right on the programs you wish to share to enable them as well , the run the networking wizard in network connections on all computers ensuring the are all in the same Microsoft Windows Network domain , usually MSHOME .


  Ashrich 22:57 22 Oct 06

Not forgetting to give them all a unique name so you can identify them in the My Network Places portion of Windows Explorer


  Strawballs 22:57 22 Oct 06
  Danoh 09:23 23 Oct 06

GEEKSTA, my apologies for a cursory reply.
I thought your original question was a joke.

  GEEKSTA 14:53 23 Oct 06

so Ashrich you have got a WGR614 V5 router and got it wirelessly sharing files/networking.
Is it easy as or does it take forever to get it working??

  GEEKSTA 15:11 23 Oct 06

sorry if i havent made it clear, i am trying to network 3 computers ( share files). I have already connected them to the internet (wireless) using a router.

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