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#1 golfnut64

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Posted 24 April 2008 - 06:19 PM

Hi guys Not sure if any one has tryed this setup before but this is what i have I live in a long ranch and when i use a wirelesss setup my link quality is poor but i am able to print from the other end of the house with all the wires plugged into the wireless router What i am trying to do is get a better link thru using a home wireing system where the modem is plugged into an AC outlet and the other is pluged into the wireless modem , This gives a much better link but than i cannot print using the computer let me know if there is away to do this without running more wires Thanks

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Posted 26 April 2008 - 02:54 PM

Hi again Not sure if i explained this issue well , What i am using is a Corinex wall mount powerline adapter system to get the wireless output closer to a laptop, on the other end i have the modem connected thru a wired switch , Just wondering if anyone has tryed anything like this or am i the only nut who played golf????? thanks




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