I second all that Andy says.  My house has 3 roving computers being used
by 5 people.  It's a busy network with an Empire Earth match contending
with an English paper.  Shared printers on a hard wired Win98 box solves
the need for printing.  I do run ani-virus and personal firewalls on
each machine, co-ordinated with the Linksys router/fw.

Best Regards

Fritz Hayes
Atwater Associates
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|
|I have a home wireless network attached to a cable modem.  All
|works well.  All hardware is from LinkSys and available at
|local computer retail stores or via mail order.
|
|I've found it to be very reliable.  My current hardware
|consists of a router, a wireless hub, and a small five-port
|switch.  I still have some wired connections for network
|printers and the like.  Each device on the network requires a
|wireless network card.
|
|Once you (or in my case, my wife) experience walking around
|the house with your laptop connected to the internet and
|setting up to work anywhere, it would be hard to go back to
|the cabled network.
|




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