Re: Wireless Networking

shessh, I pay no extra for pcs and bot everything I needed minus the modem
which they supply for less than 300 dollars.  I priced a wireless device on
the linksys site with a modem, router and wap in it for 189 dollars that can
be installed yourself on a network that permits it.  I know if I got it , I
could do it here.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <ptusing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, May 01, 2004 12:29 PM
Subject: Re: Wireless Networking


Your fine discussion of costs iswhy I turned down Road Runner and went with
DSL.
Although the costs are similar at the broadband  level, watch out when you
go wireless.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Beto Escobar III" <betoescobar3@xxxxxxx>
To: "JFW List Serve" <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, May 01, 2004 11:25 AM
Subject: Wireless Networking


> Laura--
> Okay, we have road runner cable internet access as our ISP and initially I
had Time Warner (phonetically spelled) network all three PC's in our home
wirelessly.  The problem was that we paid a $79.99 monthly service fee for
all three of the PC's along with the wireless network they installed.  I
spoke to a friend though, who is Microsoft Certified and he informed me he
would be able to network the house with all three PC's, wirelessly, and the
total amount would be less than what you would pay road runner in four
months.  Well, I told him I wanted only the best simply because I am so
dependant on the PC.  We went and purchased all of the stuff at
> CompUSA and it's total was a little less than $250.00, and we were able to
get a $40.00 mail in rebate with it too.  Well, now all three PC's have
access to the internet, we have a router as our firewall, and it is simply
fantastic.  My friend, who is Microsoft Certified, arranged it so that the
newest PC is the one who can send and extract items and software to and from
the other PC's and the others are merely drones.  I would only imagine the
only reason you would need the MS Certified person there to install the
wireless network for you is to ensure that one of the PC's will be the
master and the others will be drones.  To reiterate, however, wireless
networking is simply the way to go...
>
> Best Wishes,
> Beto Escobar III, LMSW
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