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Looking for a product to split a wireless signal.


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WhoCares2021

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This is the setup I currently use: I have a modem upstairs that transmits a wireless signal, which all the other PCs in the house pick up with these

http://www.linksys.c...d=2844526220B13

It's been ok, but now I have a couple of issues. First of all, I'd like to be able to split the signal I get downstairs and put it into my xbox 360. The problem is, I the wireless adapter I have now doesn't have any cat 5 ports. Secondly, I'd like whatever I get to generally increase the speed of my computer's internet, as the wireless b is aweful. If you can recommend a product I'd be very grateful.
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To get your Xbox to connect to your wireless network you will have to have a wireless adapter for it or something like one of the "game" routers. Microsoft sells wireless adapters for the xbox but they are about $100, of course the gaming routers are about the same (Newegg)

I hope this answers your questions.
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