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 Question by robert pavia posted 06 Oct 2005
 wireless network
i have a cable network modem his output is RJ45 and i have a netgear wireless adsl firewall router dg834g with an RJ11 input .is there any cable or somthing that i can do to use my laptop wireless.

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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 06 Oct 2005
Dear Robert,

Sorry but these are two different signals and they cannot be converted with what you have.

You will need to purchase a "wireless access point" and plug it into one of the outputs of your cable modem (I assume you have more then 1 output and this is also acting as a hub). If you only have one output from the cable modem and you need additional ports for a wired connection to a desktop PC or other equipment then I would suggest purchasing a combination hub with wired and wireless access points.

Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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