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 How many watts is the netgear n150 wireless router Forum SolvedHow can i connect an older pc without an ethernet port to a wireless router? I want to just plug it in. Forum Are wired LAN ports on a wireless router secure?If not, how to secure? Forum How many laptops can we connect through one wireless router? Forum How many switches do i need to connect 50 computers with 8 ports on each switch Forum Need additional ports than what my existing wireless router provides. 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 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 Can I get internet using a Netgear N600 wireless router without having access to my apartments modem or ethernet ports? Forum SolvedToo many devices connected wireless to router Forum SolvedHow many times can I split Sata power ports? Forum How to forward port if you have dsl to wireless router to desktop Forum SolvedHow to open router ports with a dynamic/random IP Forum Wireless Router to hotspot with LAN ports Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !