|Mar 1, 2009, 04:43 PM||#1|
airport express to get web on non-wireless emac?
i have an emac downstairs that i dont really feel like running a ethernet cable to.
upstairs i have a linksys wireless router.
if i buy the airport express can I install it next to the emac downstairs , hook up the ethernet from the emac to the express , and get internet?
im a little confused about how the express works.
|Mar 1, 2009, 04:48 PM||#2|
yes, just set the express to join your existing wireless network (you don't want extend or wds)
and make sure "allow ethernet clients" is checked.
you might be able to get a USB wireless adapter that will work also, for probably a litter cheaper.
|Mar 2, 2009, 06:35 PM||#3|
picked one up used on the cheap, though i am having trouble getting it to connect to my linksys WRT54G.
firmware is updated on both.
it finds the network, just wont connect to it.
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