Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
When I got the highspeed installed, I had Linksys wrt54g v5 router that my wife had brought home because they were tossing it out where she works. I bought another one so I could hack them and use WDS and extend the wireless down to father-in-law's garage, so we can use his work laptop there when working on stuff. The garage is about 250 away and it works fine.<br><br>But, the trouble is our Wii is on the opposite side of the house from where the router has to be, and is going through 4 walls. The Wii picks up the signal from the router great, and downloads at pretty much full speed but the upload isn't as good. If I go ahead and get the N router, the new PC has wireless N built in, and then I can also move the second linksys to the other side of the house, where it would boost the wii's range, as well as allow me to hook up the DVR wirelessly.<br><br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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