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The Wireless N routers I've seen also include B/G capability so =
upgrading
the wireless nic in your wife's machine and upgrading the router seems =
like
it would work.

-Dan



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dalan Decker [mailto:programming@therockradio.org]
> Sent: Friday, April 01, 2011 9:10 AM
> To: 'CRTech'
> Subject: [CRTech] Anyone know how to help me on this Internet issue?
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> Hello all, this question is not directly related to radio, but it's
> something I seriously need help with.  My wife teaches online, and so
> she
> needs a steady LAN connection to the Internet because the wireless =
just
> doesn't cut it.  I have a system that works for now, but I need to
> change it
> and it has to be cheap.
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> The way I have it set up now, the cable modem connects directly into
> the
> wireless router.  The router has 5 LAN ports on the back, one of which
> I
> used to run a CAT5 cable directly to my wife's computer.  However, I
> had to
> move the wireless router to the back of the house to provide WiFi for
> our
> renters.  So now the question is . . . short of running another 100
> feet of
> ugly yellow cable from the router back to my wife's computer, how do I
> get
> the direct connection to the modem again?  Is there some sort of
> splitter I
> could put upstream of the connection from the modem to the router?
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> Again, I need to stress that the WiFi does not work for her teaching
> because
> it=92s too data intensive.  It can=92t be allowed to drop out.
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> Thanks for any help you might be able to provide.
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> Dalan Edwin Decker
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> The Rock Radio Network
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> WBMJ-San Juan (AM-1190)
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> WCGB-Juana D=EDaz/Ponce (AM-1060)
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> WIVV-Vieques (AM-1370)
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> (787) 724-1190
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> www.therockradio.org
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> facebook.com/therockradio
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