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Netgear router and adapter?


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#1 monika

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Posted 18 July 2009 - 10:45 AM

Hi,

I was just wondering as my netgear wireless adapter WPN111 for my laptop has broken and I need to get a new one. Would any of the Netgear adaptors be compatible with my router (108 Mbps RangeMax Wireless Router - DG834PN) or do I have to get the same one as the one I had. I have noticed that some of the other adapters are much cheaper to get. I do not need big range, jsut within my flat, let's say 10m range.

Thanks for any answers.

Mon xxx

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Posted 24 July 2009 - 12:01 PM

Hi,

I was just wondering as my netgear wireless adapter WPN111 for my laptop has broken and I need to get a new one. Would any of the Netgear adaptors be compatible with my router (108 Mbps RangeMax Wireless Router - DG834PN) or do I have to get the same one as the one I had. I have noticed that some of the other adapters are much cheaper to get. I do not need big range, jsut within my flat, let's say 10m range.

Thanks for any answers.

Mon xxx

Most all devices are compatible with each other, due to standards and such. You shouldn't have any issue connecting. Cheap brands can have issues installing and might have as much available support but all brands should work, unless your using a different standard. Make sure your new device supports the same encryption, wireless standard your router supports. (802.11g)
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