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    Question Gateway Router w/AirPort,WiFi PC, non WiFi G4
    Ok, let me see if I can explain this: I have 2 computers: A G4 with regular ethernet (NO WiFi), a Dell laptop with WiFi, a Belkin Gateway Router, and an Airport Express. I want to connect the Gateway Router to the Cable modem, then run both the G4 and the AirPort Express into the Router, so that the PC can WiFi with the AirPort and the G4 can just get its connection directly via the router. Is this possible? Practical? Or am I missing a much simpler way to do this?



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    Sound like you have a plan. I don't know how if it's going to work but try it.

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    Should work fine.

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