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      Quick wireless question....

      Hi Everybody,

      Just in the process of changing to Sky from Pipex......Is there a maximum number of wireless clients that can be connected to the sky router at any time? With laptops, IPods, PSP's and game consoles we presently have 16!

      I notice on the official sky pages it suggests 4 but I am asssuming that means ethernet connections.

      Any advice much appreciated......


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      Re: Quick wireless question....

      254 based on the router's IP. But, it's a Sky router so results may vary - my first router wouldn't let a Nintendo Wii in at all while a same model replacement does. You'll be on one of the newer routers though so ought to be fine.

     

     

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