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    Default BSNL Broadband Multiple Connections

    Hi All

    I am Dr Kukreja from Ahmedabad

    I have a BSNL Broadband connection and Huwaei MT841 Wireless modem

    I have one query

    My modem is installed at my residence and I am using wireless and wired internet in all rooms of my residence

    My clinic is around 85 meters from my residence and I have a overhead cable cat5 from my modem to my PC in my consulting room

    Now I have installed PC in 3 other rooms of my clinic , how can I use the internet in my clinic all rooms wireless or with wire cat5 , please guide me ?

    Thanks
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    Dr Kukreja

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    buy separate wifi adaptor for each pc...

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    Default BSNL Multiple COnnections

    Quote Originally Posted by sanjdar View Post
    buy separate wifi adaptor for each pc...
    Dear sanjdar

    All my pcs have wifi adaptor installed but I get only one pair of cat5 cable to my clinic and my wifi bsnl router is at my residence

    I want to run internet in all Pcs in the clinic

    Thanks
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    Dr Kukreja

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    You can add a wired or wireless hub in your clinic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    You can add a wired or wireless hub in your clinic.
    Dear just4kix

    Can u please suggest one or two good brands and model number

    Also if u can help me configure the same

    THanks
    Dr Kukreja

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    A wired hub is the best way to go. It is cheap and requires no configuration. Just add the incoming lan cable to in port and connect the computers to the out ports, power up and you are in business.

    Hubs are available from d-link, netgear, etc. Just look them up on eBay India - Online Shopping Mall: Free Auctions, Shop/Buy/Sell Mobiles, Cameras, Apparel, Computers, Bollywood Clothes & Indian Products

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    1.Please see this diagram.
    Home Network Diagrams - Hybrid Ethernet Router with Wireless Access Point

    2...You can buy Netgear WGR614 wireless router, ( or more powerful Buffalo wifi router) and

    3....connect the "Overhead'' Rj45 cable to its WAN port.

    4... computers in you clinic can be accessed from lan1,2,3,& 4
    with Rj45 cables.
    Laptops etc ( within a radius of approx 30 feet)
    can be used in WI FI mode. (* conditions apply!)

    5. For set up CD provided will be useful and a "Wizard"
    set up also available.

    6. Please mention you location so that any other member can guide you for purchase etc in your town.

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