Setting up wifi at home
8 May 08
Hello! If you already have a cable or DSL service then you may get a wireless router. 802.11g is a standard for a WIRELESS G router meaning if you have a wireless-G card installed on your computer then it would communicate with 54mbps speed thru the router. There are lots of securities you can do on the wireless router. One is by setting a wireless encryption called WEP or WPA. You can enter or generate your own network key/password for the wireless computer. Other is by filtering the computer via "MAC ADDRESS". You will have to enter the computer's MAC address on the wireless router before the wireless computer can actually connect to it. So, you need a wireless G router. And if your computer doesn't have a wireless card then you need to get one as well.