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Philips Wireless Networking Starter Kit £39.99 delivered

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Product Details: It's ideal if you have an existing cable modem (e.g. with NTL or Telewest) - this kit will upgrade you with wireless capability. You can add more standard wireless networking adapters…
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Product Details: It's ideal if you have an existing cable modem (e.g. with NTL or Telewest) - this kit will upgrade you with wireless capability. You can add more standard wireless networking adapters to add even more PCs or laptops.

Features: Wirelessly connect to multiple PCs so you can share one Internet connection * Fast, easy setup to connect to your existing Internet * Secure networking with the latest encryption technology

Tuner / Reception / Transmission: Frequency range: Operates on 2.4 GHz # Connectivity: Plug & Play # Data transfer speed: 54 Mbps # Wireless connections: Wireless LAN(802.11b/g) # Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g # WLAN security support: WPA, WPA2, WEP # System Requirements: CD-ROM drive, PC OS: Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP

Box Contents: Wireless router # Wireless USB adapter # Quick start guide # Installation CD # Power adapter # Network cable
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#1
Thanks sarbjeet_ :)
#2
Does anybody know if this would work with an Xbox 360?
#3
i have homecall broadband, will t his work with my husbands laptop too

thanks
[mod]#4
Thanks sarbjeet_ :thumbsup:
#5
youre welcome everyone, i have to say looks really nice for a router
#6
:) looks good :thumbsup: we have 4 computers at home does that mean a need anuther 3 of those wireless usb adapter things??? sorry for been thick:oops:
#7
yes or a wireless pci card to slot into the motherboard of your pc.
#8
karen21101
:) looks good :thumbsup: we have 4 computers at home does that mean a need anuther 3 of those wireless usb adapter things??? sorry for been thick:oops:


Yes you will need some more. Basically you hard wire the first computer to the router and then wireless from there so I guess you would only need 2 more. You can use any brand that the likes of PCW are offering, BT, Belkin whatever, they all read the same nowadays. Hope this helps :thumbsup:
#9
so can i use this router with my husbands laptop, we already have homecall broadband???
#10
smarty29a
so can i use this router with my husbands laptop, we already have homecall broadband???


The only way my wireless router (Belkin) would work was to run the broadband cable from the TV TopSetBox into the router then another wire from the router to my main PC. Once this was done I could change all the settings and then link in two wireless units from there. I don't know if it is the same for your system?
#11
i have homechoice which is like ntl and telewest for those type of broadbands you need a wireless router and not adsl or one with a built in modem you want just the wireless router.
#12
m_J_oneill
Does anybody know if this would work with an Xbox 360?


exactly what i was going to ask!
#13
So this is not an ADSL modem router? Won't work with BT DSL boardband?
#14
quite a few companies sell this at this price or cheaper (depending on delievery) In fairness many have sold out but it might still be worth having a look. Good find sarbjeet

http://froogle.google.co.uk/froogle?q=snk5600&btnG=Search&hl=en&show=dd&scoring=p
This is the froogle search of snk5600 which is the product code.
#15
i have home call broadband with adsl modem,

what is it i need to get my husbands laptop connected too
#16
smarty29a
i have home call broadband with adsl modem,

what is it i need to get my husbands laptop connected too


If your modem is not wireless then you need an ethernet cable to connect. If it is wireless you just want one of these:
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/cat/Wireless/subcat/USB-Adapters

If it's not wireless and you want to go wireless then this is the sort of package you need:
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/124784

If buying the whole package you must purchase an ADSL modem (not DSL) as DSL is for Cable and Telewest.
#17
Basically you hard wire the first computer to the router and then wireless from there so I guess you would only need 2 more. ??

i have a pc and a laptop if i get this would this be ideal to connect for a xbox .360 a laptop and a pc?/!
#18
roadie
Basically you hard wire the first computer to the router and then wireless from there so I guess you would only need 2 more. ??

i have a pc and a laptop if i get this would this be ideal to connect for a xbox .360 a laptop and a pc?/!


I don't. Both my computers are wireless.

Xbox 360 I have no idea.
#19
the 1st pc i use is via ethernet so do i just stick this in?
#20
:oops: :oops: a have a motorola sb4200 surfboard cable modem all 4 computers are conected through a earthnet cable and rj45 cables and a 4 port hub i think so a have wires going out windows and up walls in to rooms:? so would it work for me:oops:
#21
roadie
the 1st pc i use is via ethernet so do i just stick this in?


Yes mate, just stick the ethernet cable in. Most wireless routers will accept up to 4 wired connections and quite a few (well lots and lots) of wireless ones.

Some routers do actually require a hard wired connection to setup but once this is done you can normally go wireless on all computers in the network.

But to be honest I am not a network junkie, I have only ever setup my own network and then researched over the last year to try and gain a better insight into this.
#22
karen21101
:oops: :oops: a have a motorola sb4200 surfboard cable modem all 4 computers are conected through a earthnet cable and rj45 cables and a 4 port hub i think so a have wires going out windows and up walls in to rooms:? so would it work for me:oops:


Hi there, if you have cable what you will need is a wireless DSL router. You will then connect this to your modem and then you will need some usb wireless adapters to plug into each PC.

Make sure you get a DSL router (not an ADSL router/modem, these are for BT lines) as you do not need a one with built in modem if you are with cable.

Remember the main thing when purchasing a modem/router:
DSL = Cable/Ntl/Telwest etc
ADSL = BT broadband line

Then any wireless USB adapter will do so you can plug it into your pc, I paid about £15 for mine from Ebuyer. (54g are the norm at the moment so just get one of them, anything more will be overkill).

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