Setting up a Wireless Network.

  Daibus 11:35 23 Nov 05
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At the moment I am connected to ADSL via a D-Link Router, which has been fine but am thinking of also buying a Notebook and would like to set up a Wireless Network to be used in conjunction with my Router.

Is it necessary, as far as performance goes to use a "Wireless Access Point" by the same manufacturer as the Router? I have been looking at Belkin and Linksys which seem to be the most common brands around for this type of equipment.

Cheers.

  PaulB2005 11:39 23 Nov 05

You can mix and match equipment manufacturers to your hearts content.

  Daibus 11:43 23 Nov 05

Thank you for your reply - any preference between Linksys and Belkin?

  Taff™ 08:13 24 Nov 05

Isn`t the D-Link router wireless? I`ve used Belkin USB Wireless adapters with D-Link and no problems. If the existing D-Link isn`t wireless you will probably find that it`s cheaper just to replace it with this click here Free Adapter with the bundle.

  Daibus 12:11 24 Nov 05

Many thanks for your reply and yes my router isn't wireless.

Looked up that link for the D-Link bundle and it does look a good option for me but I'm in Spain, and that particular company unfortunately does not ship outside of the UK or Ireland.

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