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For wireless internet connections does one computer need to be connected to the base or can all computers be wireless?

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2006-07-29 04:48:06
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One has to be connected to a base In a wireless home network, there is no requirement for a computer to be connected, via wire/cable. The modem must be wired to router is the only requirement.

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