[quote user="DavenIII"]LT you might need to centralize your router, depending on where your users/PC's are located if your router is say on the 1st floor and you have a PC on the 3rd floor and opposing sides of the house for example your signal might cut out, you can centralize it for better performance think of the coverage as a sphere centered on the router, of course you could buy a better router too if you want.
personally at home I have a wireless router but I don't care much about it's placement I'm only 2 floors but also I hard wire ever PC anyhow because you just get better performance that way.
I cant effectively hardwire my PC and that drives me nuts. However, my wireless signal is very strong, and it wouldnt change anything anyway since TWC's internet ****ing sucks to begin with.
God I hate cable companies so much...</P>[/quote]The first time I hardwired everything to a hub which was far better than using a router. Big advantage when working between to or three machines..you can move info from one machine to the othereasily... When the hub **** the bed I put in a router for the wireless option..With just my wife and I hear now we really don't need it....