I just got a D-link that's almost identical to that Linksys, DM. You don't have to disable the wireless part, by the way, since it doesn't actually work unless you have a wireless device to log onto it. If you're concerned about others leeching off your wireless signal, you can set up the WEP encryption pretty easily (at least that's true on the D-Link, and I can't imagine that it'd be any harder on the Linksys). Since it's got a 4-port wired switch on it, you can connect your wired devices to it without a problem too. I've got my iMac and my PM 6115 (not to mention the @%#$%% Dull) wired to the router.<br><br> My name is yoyo. Nice to meet you.
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