Question said by first time user of ADSL Wireless Broadband
With a hard wire system the LAN card connect speed is 100Mbps
A Wireless system connect speed can verity between 0Mbps -54Mbps depending on the distance, amount and thickness of walls, quality of signal etc
The normal connect speed on a laptop build in wireless card or USB adapter is 54Mbps on older laptops with build in wireless cards the connect speed is 11Mbps
Using a build in normal wireless card or adapter to connect to a 108Mbps, 125Mbps, 300Mbps, wireless router will still only connect at 54Mbps
You must purchase a separate108Mbps, 125Mbps, 300Mbps, USB adapter or PCI card for each wireless device you want to connect at that speed.
Using a wireless connected computer for setup is Not recommended to access router setup at any time.
The PC hard wire to the router does not have to be on for the wireless system to work
Once the router is on all wireless devices should have local and Internet access
You cannot see the wireless system from a hard wire PC only the Local Area Network Connection
You should not have both the LAN and Wireless on the same PC connect at the same time.
As this can causes conflict within the router