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Getting more out of Broadband - sharing a connection

The first thing you'll want to do is get a wireless home network in place. You'll need a router to achieve this - check this page to find out what kind of router you'll need.

As networks are modular, you can start your network with just one computer and router, and add other computers and devices when you want. Now, this may sound like a daunting task, but it is really quite easy to do, as long as you follow the instructions in the manuals, and approach it methodically.

A wireless network has the advantage that you can set up PC's and other devices where you want them to go in your home, without worrying about unsightly cables.

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Article ID: 74
Author: Caroline Swords
Created On: 23 Nov 2005
Edited On: 24 Nov 2005
Edited By: Caroline Swords
Views: 9074

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