Posted 27 September 2005 - 06:32 PM
that is quite an expense you are going in for! if you wanted my opinion, (some do some dont) i would get a wireless access point (another 802.11g router) and set up what i could wired, the rest i would consider wireless. as you know there are a variety of things that can affect wireless transmision, stacks of paper,microwaves,cordless phones (2.4ghz) and so on. on top of that there lies the security issues, which most people do completely wrong and leave their AP and shared folders out in the breeze for someone (who has no life) to access. i am sure judging from your replies in the forums that you are also aware of that too. i guess my point would be , the option of wireless is great , but 12 of them! another interesting tidbit you asked about, b and g isues. i have had ;at the shop; some issues with different standards and some routers. now mind you there has been numerous different cards in accessing our 802.11g routers, but the only router i have yet to have any issues regarding that would be linksys. wrt54g. anyway have a blast setting thsat up, and check out this article on wireless collision domains that may pertain to you in your situation.