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all routers have switch

by bluehelix / January 24, 2006 8:27 AM PST

i have a wire/wireless network setup now im getting cable broadband so im going to need a wireless router with a switch so i can connect to the net and still share files and printer in the network my question is do all wireless g routers have switches and hubs built in or only the linksys routers

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very common
by linkit / January 24, 2006 10:17 AM PST

You can find a wireless-g router with a built-in four port switch from all major manufacturers. Very common these days.

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you also may see it as...
by Melati Hitam / January 24, 2006 3:13 PM PST

A router is a feature of a switches/hubs to manage the In/Out or Tx/Rx traffic signal.

So a router without a swith is virtually useless.. because then there is no 'route' to manage...

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thanks
by bluehelix / January 25, 2006 4:57 AM PST

ok thanks

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