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  1. #1 Wireless PS2 Online Play? 
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    I need to know if there is there is a way that I can play my PS2 online wirelessly. I need to play from my room, on the second floor, and my router is in the bassment. I used to bring it all the way down and hook it up, but that is really annoying...
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    u need a access point that will plug into the cat5 connection on the ps2.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833124189
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    Quote Originally Posted by julie
    u need a access point that will plug into the cat5 connection on the ps2.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833124189
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    Quote Originally Posted by julie
    u need a access point that will plug into the cat5 connection on the ps2.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833124189
    $379.99! That's enough to buy a dam X-360. Thx, but I need a cheaper alternative...
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    hook your computer up in your ps2 room
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    Quote Originally Posted by chinese people
    hook your computer up in your ps2 room
    well my brother got the Xbox in the bassment... He gotta get online too.

    I got a laptop on the wireless connection though... anything I can do with that?
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    that was an example of what you need. a ap w/ a ehternet port

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833127146
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    well it is cheaper... Might do the trick...

    Found this pic in the Gamespot Forums:


    thanks for the help and so quick too... about a half hour ago, I was trying to use my PSP to connect somehow... It seemed, at first, like it would've worked.
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    yeah, thats on the same idea of what i linked ya to. simply a access point that goes into the ethernet port on the ps2.
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    this is what I use,
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...lance&n=172282

    its also a good alternative if you have an Xbox 360 rather than buying the wireless network adapter (this thing ). its much cheaper and it frees up a USB port

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    WTF is that? A walkie-talkie? lol. Good price though. thanks I'm gonna get that. I would be able to get online sane time my bro is on the Xbox Live right?
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    not sure on that. i know you cant connect 2 xboxes on live at the same time on the same network due to using the same ip address. might be different with a wireless setup
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    yeah, im not sure, i only have one of those game adapters and I just switch the wire between the two systems. I dont know if they can both be connected

    heres some additional info:
    DESCRIPTION




    The Wireless-B Game Adapter gives any wired-Ethernet-equipped game console wireless connection capabilities. The Game Adapter can be used in two different ways. If you have an existing home wireless network with a cable or DSL Internet connection, the Game Adapter lets your PlayStation2, Xbox or GameCube attach to the network so you can get into online games without running wires to the game room. Or, use a pair of Game Adapters to form a "cable-less cable" between two game consoles for head-to-head gaming -- in the same room, or all the way across the house.


    FEATURES
    Interfaces/Ports - 1 x LAN
    Manufacturer - Linksys
    Manufacturer Part Number - WGA11B
    Standard Warranty - 1 Year(s) Limited
    Manufacturer Website Address - www.linksys.com
    Product Name - WET54G Wireless-B Game Adapter
    Transmission Speed - 11Mbps
    Product Type - Wireless Workgroup Bridge
    Transmission Speed Details - 11Mbps Auto-fallback IEEE 802.11b
    5.5Mbps Auto-fallback IEEE 802.11b
    2Mbps Auto-fallback IEEE 802.11b
    1Mbps IEEE 802.11b


    EXTENDED SPECS
    Manufacturer - Linksys
    Interfaces/Ports - 1 x LAN
    Package Contents - Wireless-B Game Adapter Setup Wizard CD-ROM with User Guide Power Supply One Pair of Adapter Stands Network Cable Quick Installation Registration Card
    Controls - Reset Switch
    Channel Selector
    Status Indicators - LAN Wireless Wireless Channel
    Additional Information - Easy-to-use Channel Selector button for instant wireless configuration Compact size allows easy placement and maximum portability Compatible with most networkready game consoles Works without drivers on PlayStation2, Xbox, and GameCube Exclusive Channel Selector Button makes network setup a snap
    Wireless Technology - IEEE 802.11b
    Temperature - -4 F (-20 C) to 158 F (70 C) Storage
    32 F (0 C) to 104 F (40 C) Operating
    Manufacturer Part Number - WGA11B
    Standard Warranty - 1 Year(s) Limited
    Input Voltage - 5 V DC Device
    Input Current - 1 A
    Manufacturer Website Address - www.linksys.com
    System Requirement - Network-ready Game Console PC with CD-ROM (For Advanced Setup Only) Wireless Access Point or Additional Wireless-B Game Adapter Internet access required for online gaming
    Humidity - 10% to 85% Non-condensing Operating
    5% to 90% Non-condensing Storage
    Certifications & Standards - FCC IEEE 802.11b
    Dimensions - 1.10" Height x 5.31" Width x 2.86" Depth
    Shipping Dimensions - 3.40" Height x 8.10" Width x 10.80" Depth
    Weight - 4.2 oz
    Product Name - WET54G Wireless-B Game Adapter
    Shipping Weight - 1.04 lb
    Transmission Speed - 11Mbps
    Product Type - Wireless Workgroup Bridge
    Transmission Speed Details - 1Mbps IEEE 802.11b
    11Mbps Auto-fallback IEEE 802.11b
    5.5Mbps Auto-fallback IEEE 802.11b
    2Mbps Auto-fallback IEEE 802.11b
    Transmit Power - 15 dBm
    Wireless Security - WEP key bits 64-bit, 128-bit

    ---- website

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    Quote Originally Posted by julie
    not sure on that. i know you cant connect 2 xboxes on live at the same time on the same network due to using the same ip address. might be different with a wireless setup
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    ya w/e it's not that big of a deal. Thanks guys.
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