The easiest is
if both computers have a wireless card then buy a wireless router
if only one computer has a wireless card then get a wireless router and grab some cat-5 cable and connect the one that does not have a wireless card VIA the cat-5
Can I use BT Broadband Talk with the BT Home Hub if I connect to the internet through another router?
I have a Belkin router (F5D-8630) connected to BT Broadband using an ADSL line. This is connected to a BT Home Hub, which has the DHCP server function disabled and has an IP address within the range of the Belkin router.
I am trying to use the Broadband Talk function of the Home Hub while using the Belkin router to connect to the internet and broadcast the wireless network.
I have BT broadband access I try to connect to the Internet I get a message to connect via dial up?
I have been trying to connect an extra laptop to my wireless network but do not know the wpa key. Since trying this I keep getting messages on my existing desktop saying I am not connected even though I am. I am presented with the dial up option but if I close this down I cannot connect via my wireless connection. How do i get rid of the dial up propmpt?
What kind of wireless router will I need to use a BT Broadband Modem?
Basically, my gf is on BT Broadband & has just the modem. I'd like to be able to use my laptop while I'm there. In order to save a bit of cash, what's the best way to do this - don't really want to buy a modem&router - just the wireless router. Suggestions appreciated Also would like to connect my Slim PS2 - so a another ethernet connection would be nice