Often separate premises are treated individually as far as the ISP T&Cs are concerned and you need to have a separate account with the ISP , however, I know there are exceptions in other countries where there are two or more premises on a Plot and also share the services, water/electric/gas etc
So unless a mod closes ,
As the unit does not have wireless built in , then you will need an adapter of some description
1) If you are on the same electrical supply - From the SAME fuse box - then you can use the powerlines produts which will connect the TV to the router via the electrical system -
2) you could use a wireless access point - this is what I use , so i have my ethernet TV and PVR connected by cable to this wireless box, which is then wireless connected to my router - the model i use is only G rated wireless speed 54mbps = but that is fine for streaming HD video across the network and also using streamun iplayer and Sky over the internet to the TV
Edimax EW-7209APg - this has 5 LAN ports , but you can get "N" rated wireless access points , and devices with just one LAN connection - slightly cheaperEDIT: No reason to close your response that I see ~ Hamluis.
Edited by hamluis, 14 May 2011 - 09:17 AM.