Do I need wireless PCI card for Desktop

  zolarolla 15:38 16 Sep 05

Hi there -- I am thinking of setting up a wireless network at home. I have a desktop pc which would be very close to the modem and router and a laptop which i want to be able to use around the house. I will obviously purchase a PCI card for the laptop, but is it necessary for the PC? Can I just access the router from the PC via ethernet cable? Many thanks for any suggestions.

  Thalmus 15:45 16 Sep 05

Yes you cam connect to the router via ethernet.

And is highly advisable aswell incase you get a problem with your wireless connection and need to access your router.

btw you can't use a pci card for a leptop, you will need PCMCIA card or pc-card

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