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Netgear DG834G and Powerbook G4


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Hi there,


I've tried to find another thread with the info I'm after but no joy!

Quick question from a wireless newbie. If I buy the Netgear DG834G and my Powerbook has built in Airport Extreme... Can I run wireless with just that? Or do I need to buy an Airport express as well? I'm a bit confused with the difference between Airport Extreme and Wireless. Are they the same standard? Or two very different animals?

Cheers in advance, and sorry If this has been dealt with before somewhere else.

M
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Originally Posted by microfish
Hi there,


I've tried to find another thread with the info I'm after but no joy!

Quick question from a wireless newbie. If I buy the Netgear DG834G and my Powerbook has built in Airport Extreme... Can I run wireless with just that? Or do I need to buy an Airport express as well? I'm a bit confused with the difference between Airport Extreme and Wireless. Are they the same standard? Or two very different animals?

Cheers in advance, and sorry If this has been dealt with before somewhere else.

M
Same standard.

I use a Belkin wireless router and it works fine with my Macs and PCs.

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