How many ports do you need on a wireless router Tags: Wireless Router Broadband Routers Wireless Networking Last response: April 25, 2010 11:44 AM in Wireless Networking Share Anonymous April 25, 2010 11:38:19 AM Hello, i am trying to sign up for home broadband and when asked to pick a wireless router, i am given the option of a router with either 1 or 4 ports. what is the difference? what are ports used for? More about : ports wireless router rdc363 April 25, 2010 11:44:31 AM They enable you to network LAN clients with wired connections. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How many wireless port does a wireless router has? Forum SolvedHow many gigabyte ports on router Forum SolvedHow many SATA ports do I need? Forum SolvedHow can i connect an older pc without an ethernet port to a wireless router? I want to just plug it in. Forum How many watts is the netgear n150 wireless router Forum Are wired LAN ports on a wireless router secure?If not, how to secure? Forum How many switches do i need to connect 50 computers with 8 ports on each switch Forum How many laptops can we connect through one wireless router? Forum SolvedI have a Dell wireless 1505 LAN mini card that I need to update to a WAP. How do I do this? I have a new router but I am unabl Forum Need additional ports than what my existing wireless router provides. Forum SolvedHow do I add a wireless output to a 4 port wired router? Forum How many devices can you have on a 16 port 10/100 router switch Forum SolvedWireless router with multiple USB ports? Forum SolvedWireless router with 2 WAN ports? Forum SolvedToo many devices connected wireless to router Forum SolvedHow many times can I split Sata power ports? Forum Wireless Router to hotspot with LAN ports Forum SolvedCan I wire LAN ports of 2 wireless routers using existing wired network? Forum How to forward port if you have dsl to wireless router to desktop Forum SolvedHow to limit the speed of another user on the same wireless router? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !