Solaris wireless connection

 

Bronze Member
Username: Loseruser

Post Number: 36
Registered: Oct-08
i dont want to run 100 feet of ethernet cable to my nfusion solaris, are there any products out there that will let me run it wireless. maybe a d-link access point or something. any suggestions
 

Gold Member
Username: Gregraf

Post Number: 3277
Registered: Dec-07
You can buy a powerline networking kit for about $50. It works through the power lines in your house and is good for about a 1000 ft. Just plug one end in beside your computer and plug the other end in behind your Nfusion then you only need two short Ethernet cables which are supplied.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Loseruser

Post Number: 37
Registered: Oct-08
can you get this at walmart? thanks for the quick response
 

Gold Member
Username: Gregraf

Post Number: 3279
Registered: Dec-07
Im not sure i got mine from an tv repair shop. Here it is here

http://www.iogear.com/product/GHPB32/
 

Bronze Member
Username: Loseruser

Post Number: 38
Registered: Oct-08
thanks. but i might just suck it up and visit the spiders in the crawlspace
 

Gold Member
Username: Gregraf

Post Number: 3281
Registered: Dec-07
Your welcome watch out for nails. LOL
 

Gold Member
Username: Saqeeb9000

Post Number: 5839
Registered: Oct-07
bob any sattelite shop that sells rec's they also have powerline adapter,
i don't think they are avaialbe on futureshop, or bestbuy etc..
 

Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth

Canada

Post Number: 10602
Registered: Jan-08
If you have Wifi router this wireless access point can work fine:

http://www.ecoustics.com/electronics/forum/home-video/585564.html
 

Platinum Member
Username: Nydas

Post Number: 15855
Registered: Jun-06
Best connection: Wired Ethernet
2nd best: Powerline
3rd In speed and reliability: Wireless.

Having said that, I have a $15 Trendata wireless router, and whenever my daughter comes home, she works on her laptop on a VPN to California all the time using a wireless connection and hefty up and downloads. Over a period of one year, she has been home about 50 days and she has had about four dropped connections remedied by rebooting her VPN.
 

Platinum Member
Username: Nydas

Post Number: 15856
Registered: Jun-06
Whether you have a simple modem or a combo wireless router / Modem, you can always have a wired/wireless router attached to it. These routers usually come as four outputs and a wireless output, and are very cheap to buy.
 

Platinum Member
Username: Plymouth

Canada

Post Number: 10603
Registered: Jan-08
Nalin

Best connection: Wired Ethernet
2nd best: Powerline
3rd In speed and reliability: Wireless.

Wireless type N can beat both, it depend which wireless you use, wired Ethernet is good for short distance.
 

Gold Member
Username: Riconissan

Post Number: 1867
Registered: Feb-09
Thanks to PLymouth Ph.D.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Minetcalin

Post Number: 48
Registered: Sep-07
Netgear print server ....
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=16970 74&CatId=371
 

Bronze Member
Username: Loseruser

Post Number: 39
Registered: Oct-08
thanks guys great info
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