The max distance for Cat5 is 100 meters or about 300 feet.
The Cisco 350 is , from what I know, an access point not a router, so you won't be able to connect it directly to the internet. It has an uplink port so you might be able to use it with any internet connection that provides a "finished" (or always open connection) cat5 wire to your network.
I would read the documentation before purchasing the Cisco, since ,for a few computers, a Linksys wireless setup would be cheaper and easier to setup.
If it where me I would just go with a wired solution.
EDIT The 350 get's it power thru the cat5 cable, so you'll need to get a power injector from Cisco or use someother Cisco device between the access point (AP) and the internet connection. You can forget about using it for a DSL connection as it provides no such functionality.
Last edited by Ghost_Hacker; 05-17-2003 at 01:10 PM.
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