[iyonix-support] Re: Iyonix and Wi-Fi

  • From: charles <charles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Iyonix-support@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2010 10:14:05 +0100

In article <514bbbaaf6tim@xxxxxxxxx>,
   Tim Hill <tim@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In article <514b7948ceJohnRW@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, John Williams
> <JohnRW@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I don't see any problems with your anticipated requirements.  If you
> > want to go completely wireless, do a search on 'bridge mode' to use a
> > second wireless router with the Iyonix - but why not just use a wired
> > connection for the Iyonix and save hassle and expense.

> To join up to a router without additional wires:

> * obtain a Wireless Ethernet Adapter to bridge between your Iyonix'
> network socket and a wireless router, or

> * obtain a pair of Homeplugs which enable ethernet networks to be carried
> over the mains.

> The first option, about £40 (assuming you already have a wireless
> router). The second from about £45. The second option is better if many
> thick walls prevent a reliable wireless connexion.

They don't have to be thick - walls covered in foil-backed plasterboard are
just as bad for wifi.

From KT24

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