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Topic # 8308 19-Jun-2006 16:40
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Hi I have a wireless network setup at home and the router is all working etc in the bedroom. Now I have bought a SIP phone that uses a RJ-whatever type network plug. I want to have the phone in the lougeroom and dont want to run a cable. What is the most inexpesive type of equipment that I can get to pick up the wireless sugnal and relay thru a  short cable to the phone (or better just plug the phone into it.

Is this called bridging or???

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Brian

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  Reply # 39014 19-Jun-2006 16:52
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You could buy a higher gain/higher Decibel antenna, or bridge 2 wireless routers together.

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Reply # 39015 19-Jun-2006 16:54
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Bridge two wireless routers, and one in the lounge should have Ethernet plugs so you can plug your phone. Most wireless routers these days come with 4 Ethernert ports.









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  Reply # 39016 19-Jun-2006 16:57
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do all routers support bridging or does someone have reccomendation for something cheap that'll work.

Thanks guys!

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  Reply # 39017 19-Jun-2006 17:00
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If you have one of them Linksys VOIP phones, you ought to look of one of this nifty device:

http://www.ascent.co.nz/ProductSpecification.aspx?ItemID=8011358

It what Linksys calls

Wireless-G Adapter for SPA-Series Phones Use the device the add wireless-G to any Linksys VoIP phone - dongle tucks away tidily in ph

Oops.. what happened to the font there?


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  Reply # 39020 19-Jun-2006 17:14
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I looked it up on Linksys' website and it seems like it will work with any VOIP phone with an RJ-45 Ethernet port.

See here: http://www-nz.linksys.com/servlet/Satellite?c=L_Product_C2&childpagename=NZ%2FLayout&cid=1146167921212&pagename=Linksys%2FCommon%2FVisitorWrapper



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  Reply # 39021 19-Jun-2006 17:14
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hmmm that looks perfect, I wonder if I bought a power adapter if I could get it to work with my netcomm phone? Might be almost same price to get a cheap router?

Brian

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