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in one network? Ok. there is a router upstairs and i have 2 G3s downstairs that are connected wirelessly through Linksys game adaptors which are ethernet based, could i just put a router on one of the adaptors and connect more computers to it? instead of having a 90 dollar adaptor for each one?

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Get a cheap 10BT Ethernet hub and connect one of the access points to it. It'll work fine thats what i have in my basement..

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could i just put a router on one of the adaptors and connect more computers to it? i
I believe you could if you don't have any IP conflicts.

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but how does the hub connect? hardwire or wireless

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Connect the wireless game adapter to the hub.. connect your computers to the hub

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oh ok. thanks

theres one on CraigsList right now for 20 bucks. do these need drivers or are they pulg n play?

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