Will my router work with this Wireless Lan?

I'm about to purchase a new HP computer with a wireless n lan 1x1 card work a cisco linksys e2000? and just in case does it come with ethernet?

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    Yes it will.

    Most likely your HP computer will come with a Gigabit Ethernet network interface which your E2000 also supports. http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/support/routers...

    Wireless signals are affected by many factors including wall density, electrical interference, directional antenna range, etc.

    The fastest and most reliable connection would be via a CAT6 Ethernet cable which would give you a 1000 Mbps LAN connection to the router.

    Both your router and wireless LAN card support all current wireless standards.

    802.11 is a wireless standard and b, g, and n are various implementations of the standard with respective maximum speeds. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11

    802.11b = 11 Mbps

    802.11g = 54 Mbps

    802.11n = 150 Mbps

    The standards are backward compatible.


    A fast router will not make your Internet faster.

    A router connects two separate networks and manage the traffic between them.

    In most home network applications the router connects your local group of computers and devices known as the LAN with the Internet, commonly called the WAN or Wide Area Network.

    Your WAN speed is determined by your ISP and is measured in Mbps (Millions of bits per second).

    For example if you pay for a 3 Mbps DSL Internet connection, you will get 3 Mbps.

    No router will change your 3 Mbps Internet speed.

    This Internet connection bandwidth is shared by your entire LAN via your router.

    For example if you have a 3 Mbps DSL plan and one user is utilizing 2.5 Mbps of the bandwidth to stream a Netflix movie that only leaves 0.5 Mbps for all of the rest of the users on the LAN.

    Fast routers are designed to stream large files on your LAN quickly. The high speed routers permit fast transfer of files between devices connected to your LAN, however WAN speed is still limited by your ISP.

    Good Luck...

    Source(s): Internet Service Info. - http://isp1.us
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  • vaux
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

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  • 7 years ago

    does your router have wireless?

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