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    Okay, here is the issue, my computer that I use on a daily basis is in my office in my house. Now I want to put another build in my bedroom, not even close to my router in the office so I need a wireless card. My router is wireless N compatible with backwards compatibility to g and b. ( Linksys 3000 with print server) Here is the issue, some cards like the Asus N13 are Pci Express and others like Azio AWD102N 802.11n Wireless PCI Adapter, Up to 300Mbps, MIMO , are PCI. They are all about the same price , 25.000USD , give or take a few bucks. I have a free PCI slot and a free PCI Express slot, this is going in a Asrock Z68 Extreme4, that I bought after reading Skyguys review. It has onboard graphics that are great so I dont need any video card, I am not a gamer nor do I use Photoshop LOL. I am a transcoder so this board is great for me with the Intel HD 3000 onboard graphics. That frees up all my PCI Express slots. I need a little advice here on what card to use for the best connectivity. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

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    Hey Alan good question I can't honestly say which is better if in fact there is a difference in performance between the two.Maybe someone else will chime in here and give you a better answer.

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    I don't know your answer to your original question .... but ..

    Personally I would get an external access point ..

    Why not Save some money if you have an old Router you can use as an access point ?..

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    It should not make a difference weather you get a PCI or a PCI -e card as long as they both have the same specs. Just pick the fastest available card weather PCI or PCE-e.

    KT, he already has a wireless router so all he needs is a wireless card.

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    Joel .. yup I know that .. but I thought he might have another Wireless router lying around doing nothing ...

    I use a spare MIMO router as an access point for my WDTV Plus box.
    I also use it on my PS3 when used at the back of the house. The Internal Antenna is crap on the PS3.

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    Good point but I don't think alan games to much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KT View Post
    Joel .. yup I know that .. but I thought he might have another Wireless router lying around doing nothing ...

    I use a spare MIMO router as an access point for my WDTV Plus box.
    I also use it on my PS3 when used at the back of the house. The Internal Antenna is crap on the PS3.
    As a matter of fact I do have a wireless g Linksys doing nothing but taking up space in my closet, but how would I get a signal without going through the Cable Modem in my den. Plus my new router is Wireless N and so are these wireless cards. I am not familar with using a router as an access point just to pick up the signal from the main router that goes through my Cable modem to my office PC in the den.
    If I am understanding you correctly KT, you are saying that all I need is the router in my den connected to the PC and it will pickup the signal from the main router in my den? And Joel is right, I do not game at all, no games just transcoding. I dont own 1 video game.

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    It has nothing to do with games .. That was just an example ... This is basic network bridging.

    I just made up this basic network diagram using paint ..lol
    I have many talents ..lol



    as you can see from my diagram ... you are using the spare router as a wireless bridge back to the main wiresless router.

    what is the model number of your spare router ?.. most Linksys support access point setup.

    I am using an access point on this very laptop I am typing with. My Dell XPS Studio has a very bad signal strength at the B&B where I am staying. The Dell keeps dropping the wireless connection because of the poor quality.

    I am currently using a EDIMAX 300M Range extender / Access Point router to amplify the signal so that I can connect my Dell Studio. I am 3 floors up away from the main router. I now get 4 bar strength instead of the original 1 bar strengh using the internal Wireless N network card.
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    I am going to try this right now, BRB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan1476 View Post
    I am going to try this right now, BRB.

    My router is a Linksys WRT 54GS and this wont work. I tried every configuration, I am proably doing something wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan1476 View Post
    My router is a Linksys WRT 54GS and this wont work. I tried every configuration, I am proably doing something wrong.
    Wondered about doing this subject, found this : http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wirel...n-access-point

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    Quote Originally Posted by gooeyballzz View Post
    Wondered about doing this subject, found this : http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wirel...n-access-point

    Thanks for the link but thats for XP and I cant even do this with a link I have for Windows 7. Its more than the diagram KT so nicely painted, you have to get the setting from your router that will be sending the signals to the access point pouter and then open up the Linksys settings in and disable and change stuff in the panel. I couldn't do it, but I know KT can, he is an expert in these things. I am tired, 5 hours and no love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan1476 View Post
    Thanks for the link but thats for XP and I cant even do this with a link I have for Windows 7. Its more than the diagram KT so nicely painted, you have to get the setting from your router that will be sending the signals to the access point pouter and then open up the Linksys settings in and disable and change stuff in the panel. I couldn't do it, but I know KT can, he is an expert in these things. I am tired, 5 hours and no love.
    Don't worry about it being XP, the picture is just grabbing the network setting.

    Its really looking the IP scheme; IP, sub-net and gateway.

    You can do it in 7 by opening command prompt and typing c:\ipconfig /all.

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    Alan, ya just wasted a whole day... Either go buy a new card in the morning or let KT connect to your system and configure it himself... That way by about noon you should be up and running!

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    Alan, The Linksys WRT54G does not allow Wireless Access Point.
    Linksys limit the original firmware and turn this feature off.

    You will need to flash the Linksys with a custom Firmware that does allow to do this.
    The Firmware can be found at .. ... http://dd-wrt.com/site/index

    You should be able to setup WAP once the new firmware is flashed.

    Setup instructions once you flashed the new firmware >>> http://dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Wireless_Access_Point

    If you are unsure of what you are doing ... do as Joel said .. Go buy a Wireless Card ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gooeyballzz View Post
    Wondered about doing this subject, found this : http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wirel...n-access-point
    Unfortunately this setup is for a WIRED Access Point ... This will add 2 Routers (Wired) on the same Network for Wireless access. ..

    This will not work for a Wireless Bridge type network like in my diagram.

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