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Linksys Wireless-G Ethernet Bridge

Linksys Wireless-G Ethernet Bridge
Summary 802.11g version of popular WET11 Ethernet to wireless bridge.
Pros • Can use other antennas
• Supports AdHoc and Infrastructure modes
• Supports both 802.11b and 11g
Cons • Can't be used as an Access Point
• Poor 11g range

Linksys' WET11 caused quite a stir in the wireless networking world when it hit the scene last fall. It provided a way to connect any device with an Ethernet connection into an 802.11b WLAN, and fast became a top seller. Linksys is looking to reprise that success, this time with a device that works not only with "legacy" 802.11b, but also with the speedier (and newly-finalized) 802.11g standard. From what I can see, Linksys may have another hit on its hands.

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