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    #11
    ...and we provide aftermarket support for those Linksys products =)

    hehe.

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    #12
    haha... libre service plugging :D

    isa pang explanation... a hub connects your devices locally while a router acts as a gateway to other networks.

    maganda sa router pwede mo palitan yung os. yung isang opismeyt ko dito nilagyan ng linux yung gamit nya sa bahay... ayun pwede tuloy sya mag ssh diretso sa wireless router nya.

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    #13
    dun sa plano ko, ano mas mura, kung mag wirless router ako o ung wired cable router? gano kalayo kaya ng wireless na router?

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Liz
    dun sa plano ko, ano mas mura, kung mag wirless router ako o ung wired cable router? gano kalayo kaya ng wireless na router?

    10 meters, on a 360 degree angle, meaning, vertical (same floor) and horizontal (different floors).

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    #15
    theoritically...100 feet on the same floor without interference...but common, practical distance would be around 50 - 60 ft tops. this is due to interference (like cordless phones, microwave ovens, etc. which might be using the same frequency -- 2.4ghz) may mga cases na madidisconnect ka whenever the phone rings so dont place it near your phone's base station/s.

    you can also connect up to 30 wireless computers typically, but ofcourse sacrificing speed

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Liz
    dun sa plano ko, ano mas mura, kung mag wirless router ako o ung wired cable router? gano kalayo kaya ng wireless na router?

    it depends, if you're not after mobility within your house, id still stick with the regular ethernet connections -- mas stable kse at shempre mas mabilis! 100 mbps versus 11 mbps (wireless b) and 54 mbps (wireless g). maximum cable length will be 100 meters but due to attenuation, you can be safe with 50-80 meters. so kung magkatapat naman yung router mo and your pc on a different floor, either you need to drill so you can use shorter cables or make it pass somewhere else, just make sure you take not of the length to avoid intermittent connections.

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    #17
    go wireless for convenience and easier setup.

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    #18
    Yup, go wireless for your house! The extra speed offered by a wired connection will not affect you so much since the bottleneck is still your wired internet connection.

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    #19
    yup...you can only feel it if you're sharing really big files internally...bt also just a reminder, there is a difference with their prices though this may not be an issue.

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    #20
    thanx so much, there's one thing, last question, can i share nd transfer files if i only use router or there must be a ethernet hub?

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