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    Can I connect wirelessly from Sagem modem to main PC

    This is a discussion on Can I connect wirelessly from Sagem modem to main PC within the Wireless / Adapters forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; I received my Sagem modem today and have read the installation guide and run the installation CD guide. There was ...

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      Can I connect wirelessly from Sagem modem to main PC

      I received my Sagem modem today and have read the installation guide and run the installation CD guide. There was no indication that I could connect wirelessly from my PC (upstairs) to the router (downstairs by the master socket). It only suggests that I can do it via ethernet cable which will mean running a new cable.

      Does anyone know if it is possible to do it wirelessly and how it is done?

      Thanks


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      Re: Can I connect wirelessly from Sagem modem to main PC

      The sagem is a wireless router as are all the routers supplied by Sky, all you need is an 11b/ g adaptor (USB) plugged into the pc or a wireless PCI card.

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      Re: Can I connect wirelessly from Sagem modem to main PC

      nevermind
      Last edited by Devil_Spawn; 26-01-08 at 05:31 PM. Reason: completely wrong ^^

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      Re: Can I connect wirelessly from Sagem modem to main PC

      Do you have a wireless adapter in your PC?

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      http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wifi_information_view.html/ TCPOptimiser /Test Socket

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      Re: Can I connect wirelessly from Sagem modem to main PC

      I believe the installation instructions tell you to plug in via cable first so you can set up the wifi security settings and stuff, and once you are done, you can use wifi only if you prefer.

     

     

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