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How to get a wired computer talking to a wireless modem

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Last response: in Wireless Networking
January 12, 2012 1:56:51 PM

Ok. Have had to rearrange my house and living space. My computers were hooked up in the one room that had cable access and have now been moved to one on the other side of the house that has never had a phone or other cables put in. I do not have the funds to fix this. Most of my computers are wireless laptops (I have 5 adults in the home) and the modem is wireless. but my two towers are hardwired. Is there a router set up that will hardwire the two towers and not need to be wired to the router? That will actually talk to the modem wirelessly? Without having to buy two wireless net cards? I have routers, but they all make a wired modem wireless and I have no way of running cables or wires through walls or around the house as they'd need to be.

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January 12, 2012 6:58:55 PM

If you have an extra wireless router that supports bridging mode you can use it to connect the two towers to the other wireless modem/router.
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