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By: Maverick

Tue, 23 Oct 2012 22:12:09 +0000

Even better when I see a load of WRT54G's at garage sales around town ranging from 25 cents to less than $10 on average. Power cable included in most instances.



By: David

Fri, 30 Dec 2011 02:12:25 +0000

these tutorials could not have been any easier thank you guys this is definitely very useful



By: Tim Perry

Wed, 06 Jul 2011 13:59:00 +0000

If you plug your xbox into the transmitting router, then you evidently don't need wireless.  Plus, preference != common sense.  



By: Robert Cary

Tue, 11 Jan 2011 20:18:00 +0000

so if you do this then youll end up having two routers in your house one transmitting and one receiving...doesnt this seem a little redundant to anyone? save an extra router and just plug your xbox into your transmitting router! and no firmware required! or yoyuu can just get a ps3 that has it built in AND plays blu-ray. but maybe thats just me. i like to use common sense.



By: Michael Brown

Fri, 17 Dec 2010 06:19:00 +0000

I guess I'm kinda lost here but... if I'm connecting my cat 5 to the ethernet port of a wireless router.. how is this wireless? The Xbox doesn't have built in wireless.. so is this guy suggesting we buy a wireless usb dongle or what?



By: EvilHunter

Mon, 30 Aug 2010 01:54:00 +0000

I have loptop with wi-fi connect with cable from loptop to xbox and Xbox live inside :D :D :D :D easy and fast



By: financial spread bet

Tue, 17 Aug 2010 06:03:00 +0000

What is the best way to get it for the playstation?



By: John Pasquale

Sun, 30 May 2010 08:34:00 +0000

Why do you need n? The maximum throughput you are going to get on your internet connection is 4-5mbps g is 54mbps. I have had no issues with lag streaming video over g it always runs smooth. N is for supporting a lot of users e.g. corporate, college etc. networks and transferring large amounts of data. Of course if people think its worth the extra money because the sales guy says it is then go for it. :)



By: John Pasquale

Sun, 30 May 2010 08:34:00 +0000

Why do you need n? The maximum throughput you are going to get on your internet connection is 4-5mbps g is 54mbps. I have had no issues with lag streaming video over g it always runs smooth. N is for supporting a lot of users e.g. corporate, college etc. networks and transferring large amounts of data. Of course if people think its worth the extra money because the sales guy says it is then go for it. :)



By: Peter Venkman

Sat, 29 May 2010 16:07:00 +0000

I went the ebay route and got a brand new wap with dd-wrt pre installed for 45$.



By: Peter Venkman

Sat, 29 May 2010 16:07:00 +0000

I went the ebay route and got a brand new wap with dd-wrt pre installed for 45$.



By: Peter Venkman

Sat, 22 May 2010 16:03:00 +0000

Just because a wap is listed on the supported devices page doesn't mean it will work properly. A wap I saw listed and was going to get loses its wireless functionality when you flash it. :-)